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 »

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 acid is an acid solution with a high molar concentration of hydrogen ions. For example, 16 mole hydrochloric acid has a higher concentration than a 0.5 mole solution of the same compound. More »

A saturated solution is one in which any additional solute added to the solution is no longer dissolved. Solutions are combinations of solvents – most commonly liquids - and solutes, which are typically solids. More »

A hypertonic environment is one in which the concentration of a solution's dissolved substance is greater than the concentration of the dissolved substance in the solution compared. If a cell is placed in a hypertonic en... More »

Decantation and filtration differ in the manner through which the methods separate substances in a mixture. In decantation, the separation of two substances, either of a solid and liquid or two immiscible liquids, occurs... More »

To create an oil and water emulsion, it is necessary to put in a great deal of energy and to add an emulsifier to the mixture. Creating an unstable emulsion only requires stirring the mixture fast. To make a stable versi... More »

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