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Introduction To Solution (in Hindi)
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Introduction to Solution, physical properties , solute solvent and types of solution.

Durga Singh Solanki
#Sr. faculty working in Kota #Ex-principal B.ed

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very useful. good work sir please provide remaining rules also
Mukesh Kumar
8 months ago
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8 months ago
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Mukesh Kumar
8 months ago
I must provide remaining rules
helpful lessons sir, i am studying from here.
Durga Singh Solanki
10 months ago

  2. -G ncentiatjon of Solution :- Solution Solveut

  3. Solution-a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances in a single phase. Does not have to involve liquids. Air is a solution of nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide etc. solute-component in lesser concentration; dissolvee solvent-component in greater concentration; dissolver solubility-maximum amount of material that will dissolve in a given amount of solvent at a given temperature to produce a stable solution. In other words, the solution is saturated. Saturated solution a solution containing the maximum amount of solute that will dissolve under a given set of pressure and temperature conditions. Saturated solutions are at dynamic equilibrium with any excess undissolved solute present. Solute particles dissolve and recrystallize at equal rates. Unsaturated solution- a solution containing less than the maximum amount of solute that will dissolve under a given set of conditions. (more solute can dissolve)

  4. SOLUTION Dilute Solution Super Saturated Solution ConcentrateSolutionSaturated Solution

  5. 9 Types of Solution Original state of solute Solvent Examples air; natural gas; oxygen-acetylene mixture used in welding carbonated drinks; water in rivers and lakes containing oxygen hydrogen in platinum water vapour in air; gasoline-air mixture alcohol in water; antifreeze in water amalgams, such as mercury in silver mothballs in air sugar in water; table sal in water; amalgams alloys, such as the copper-nickel alloy used to make coins gas gas gas liquid gas solid liquid gas liquid liquid solid solid liquid solid gas liquid solid solid