7.1 Define solution and describe what a solution is made up of 7.2 Define: solute, solvent, saturation, super-saturation, unsaturated 7.3 Identify all types of solutions (emphasis on aqueous) 7.4 Describe how solutions are formed with ionic compounds and covalent compounds 7.5 Differentiate between solvation and hydration 7.6 Define molarity, and explain how molarity is calculated 7.7 Use formula for molarity to calculate moles of a substance or liters of a substance 7.8 Describe how to make a solution using the a solid solute 7.9 Perform calculations to determine the limiting reactant and be able to describe the meaning behind the calculation 7.10 Describe how dilutions are performed using M1V1= M2V2 7.11 Perform stoichiometry with solutions 7.12 Define solubility and describe factors that affect solubility 7.13 Use solubility vs temperature graph (solubility curve) to describe solubility of different substances @ different temperatures
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