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Solutions
The Solutions topic contains questions that deal with subjects unique to solutions, such as molarity and ion concentration, freezing point depression and osmosis.

The question titles are shown below. View a sample question by clicking on the "View" button next to each title.

All questions in this collection are available to chemistry teachers who request access. Because the questions include correct answers, access to students is not permitted. To find out how to download the entire collection, click on the Answers to Questions link at the right.

General Chemistry Menu
General Chemistry Collection
Question Title
Number of Variations
CalcMolarityFromPPT
10
ConvertConcUnits
10
FreezePtDepression
20
GeneralSolutions
10
GeneralSurfactants
20
GramsToMolalSoln
20
IDColloidType
20
IonConcentration
4
MassSoluteInSoln
10
MixturesMolcPics
11
RelativeConc
4
ReverseOsmosis
20
SolnConcAfterMixing
4
SolnPrepByDilution
10
SolnPrepByMass
4
SolnPrepProcedure
10
SolutionNanoPics
4
WtPercentToMolarity
4
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