Gas Laws and Solutions

the process by which ionic compounds break down into ions when dissolved in water
dissociation
equal volumes of different gases under the same conditions of temperature and pressure have the same number of particles
Avogadro’s Law
the state of matter for which kinetic energy is greatest for any given compound or element
gas state
Oil and water do not mix because oil is ______ in water
insoluble
a solution with medium-to-large particles that do NOT settle out, due to their high attraction for each other
colloid
the relative amount of solute dissolved in a solvent
concentration
a solution in which more solute is dissolved than the solubility of the solvent allows
supersaturated solution
a type of salt that disrupts the cohesive properties of water; can bind to either polar or non-polar molecules
surfactant
the term that describes two liquids that will not mix with each other
immiscible
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