Common commercial examples of concentrated solutions are hydrochloric acid and sulfuric acid. Hand soap, soft drinks and liquid medicine are concentrated solutions commonly found in the household. More »

A concentrated solution is one in which there is a large amount of substance present in a mixture. The degree of concentration is measured in moles. More »

An example of concentrated marketing is the marketing of Rolls Royce cars, which targets the premium car market segment. Another example is the 1950s marketing of Volkswagen cars in the United States, which targeted the ... More »

Some examples of highly viscous liquids are oils, honey, glycerin, tar and sulfuric acid. Viscosity is the ability of substances, especially fluids, to resist flow. It can also be referred to as the measure of the abilit... More »

Examples of solutions include water vapor in air, table sugar in water, steel, brass, hydrogen dissolved to palladium, carbon dioxide in water and ethanol in water. A solution is a homogeneous mixture of one substance di... More »

Examples of acids include vinegar, citrus fruits, tomato juice, black coffee, bananas, milk, sulfuric acid, battery acid and hydrochloric acid, which is a digestive compound found in the stomach. Acids are ionic compound... More »

Unsaturated solutions are solutions that contain less solute than the actual amount of solute that the solvent can dissolve. If more solutes can be dissolved in the solution, the solution is still considered unsaturated.... More »