Chapter 17: Solutions and Their Behavior Created by: CK-12 CK-12 Chemistry - Second Edition Read Resources Details Chapter Outline 17.1. Properties of Solutions17.2. Solution Formation17.3. Measuring Concentration17.4. Factors Affecting Solubility17.5. Solubility Graphs17.6. Colligative Properties17.7. Separating Mixtures17.8. Reactions Between Ions in Solutions Chapter Summary Image Attributions Share this: Description This chapter covers properties of solutions including solvation, concentration calculations, solubility, colligative properties, dissociation, electrolytes and non-electrolytes, reactions between ions in solution, and ionic and net-ionic equations. Difficulty Level: At Grade Authors: Shonna Robinson Therese Forsythe Editors: Richard Parsons Tags: boiling point elevation chemical changes CK.SCI.ENG.SE.2.Chemistry.17 (42 more) colloids electrolyte solutions Electrostatic attraction equilibrium freezing point depression Henry's Law Homogeneous hydronium ion immiscible insoluble intermolecular bonding ionic equation ionization like dissolves like rule mass percent miscible molality molarity molecular equation net ionic equation non-electrolytes non-polar solution parts per million physical changes polar solution ppm saturated solubility solubility chart solubility graph solubility rules soluble solute solvation solvent spectator ions suspension Tyndall effect universal solvents unsaturated van't Hoff factor weight percent Subjects: science Grades: 10 , 11 , 12 Date Created: Dec 01, 2014 Last Modified: Dec 01, 2014 You can only attach files to None which belong to you If you would like to associate files with this None, please make a copy first.