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Solubility Curves & Electrolytes

Quiz by Kelly Stephens

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18 questions
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  • Q1
    A point ABOVE THE LINE of a solubility curve means the solution is...
    supersaturated
    saturated
    transaturated
    unsaturated
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  • Q2
    A point ON THE LINE of a solubility curve means the solution is...
    transaturated
    supersaturated
    unsaturated
    saturated
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  • Q3
    A point UNDER THE LINE of a solubility curve means the solution is...
    supersaturated
    unsaturated
    saturated
    transaturated
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  • Q12
    What type of solutions form electrolytes?
    those that contain no metals
    those that contain only nonmetals
    those that contain a metal & a nonmetal
    those that contain only metals
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  • Q13
    Which solution contains the nonelectrolyte?
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  • Q14
    Which solution contains the STRONGEST electrolyte?
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  • Q16
    The reason ionic compounds make good electrolytes is because...
    they dissociate into dipoles that combine in water to produce ionic particles that allow electricity to flow
    they contain covalent bonds that crystallize in water to produce ions that allow electricity to flow
    they dissociate into ions in water to produce charged particles that allow electricity to flow
    they contain electric particles that dissociate in water that allow hydrogen bonds to conduct electricity
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  • Q17
    Which picture represents a STRONG electrolyte?
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  • Q18
    Which picture represents a WEAK electrolyte?
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