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Formation of the solution & factors affecting the solubility process

From Online Sciences - October 24, 2017

Your blood is a mixture of elements and components because it contains white blood cells , red blood cells , water and number of dissolved substances , The different components of blood can be separated and used by doctors , The ratio of these substances in your blood changes daily , but the identity of the mixture does not change .

The solution

The particles of salt are not seen suspended throughout the water after stirring , The particles of mud are seen suspended throughout the water after stirring , Homogeneous mixture is the mixture in which its components can be distinguished from each other , such as a salty solution , apple juice and tea .

Heterogeneous mixture is the mixture in which its components can be distinguished from each other , such as mud in water , chalk in water , natural orange juice , Salty solution is a homogeneous mixture because its components can be distinguished from each other , Apple juice is a solution because it is a homogeneous liquid mixture .

Formation of the solution

The solution consists of solvent and solute , Solvent is the substance in which solute disperses or dissolves such as water , alcohol , benzene , etc. , Solute is the substance which dissolves in a solvent such as salt , sugar , .etc. , The solubility ( dissolving ) of a solute in a solvent produces solution , Water is called a common solvent as thousands of substances dissolve in it .

Solution is a homogeneous mixture in which the solute breaks down into its most basic particles that spread throughout the solvent , such as a salty solution , apple juice and tea .

The salty solution consists of a solute which is salt and a solvent which is water , Stirring process is necessary to dissolve the solute in the solvent .

Solubility process is the process by which a solute dissolves in a solvent leading to the disappearance of the solute , Solubility process can be expressed as follows :

Solute + SolventSolution

In a sugary solution , sugar is considered the solute , because it dissolves in the solvent ( water ) to form the sugary solution , Substances can be classified according to their solubility into a soluble substance and an insoluble substance .

Soluble substance is the substance that dissolves ( disappears ) in a solvent , The formed homogeneous mixture is called solution , such as salt in salty solution , An insoluble substance is the substance that does not dissolve ( suspends ) in a solvent , The formed heterogeneous mixture is called suspension , such as mud in water .

Suspension is a heterogeneous mixture in which some particles of the solute are suspended throughout the solvent , such as mud in water and natural orange juice ,Suspension can be separated by filtration process .

Factors affecting the solubility process

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