Concentration and Solubility

Concentration and Solubility

Author: carolyn fruin

Learning Targets:

  • I can define molarity, molality, mole fraction, weight percent and ppm.
  • I can calculate the molarity and molality of a solution
  • I can determine the mass of a substance needed to make a specific solution.
  • I can solve dilution problems.
  • I can compare/contrast dilute, concentrated, saturated and unsaturated solutions.
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Definition and calculations with molarity and molality.

Molarity Calculation

Mathematical example of solving for molarity.

Source: ChemAssistBeta

Concentration and Solubility

This powerpoint covers what solubility is, how it can be increased and how to calculate the concentration of solutions.

Source: LabAids