Properties of Solutions

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Properties of Solutions

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If a solute is added the freezing point of the solvent will be lowered. When the temperature of solution is decreased the kinetic energy of the molecules decrease.As the speed of particles decrease the attraction between particles become more effective and the particles remain together. Crystals of the solvent are formed. Solutions then freeze at lower temperatures than the pure solvent

BPE occurs when the boiling point of a solution becomes higher than the boiling point of a pure solvent. The temperature at which the solvent boils is increased by adding any non-volatile solute. Like freezing point depression, it is a colligative property of matter. This means it depends on the number of particles present in a solution and not on the type of particles or their mass.

Properties of Solutions

Emir Ali Nakıboglu, Ali Odabası, Sinan Yasa, Karla Akpinar

Boiling Point Elevation

Freezing Point Depression

Osmosis is the diffusion of a fluid through a semipermeable membrane. When a semipermeable membrane separates a solution from a solvent, only solvent molecules can pass through the membrane. The osmotic pressure of a solution is the pressure difference needed to stop the flow of solvent across a semipermeable membrane.

Osmotic Pressurees

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Osmotic Pressure

Boiling Point Elevation

Osmotic Pressure

Freezing Point Depression

BOE & FPD


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