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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
SCHOOLS DIVISION OF OCCIDENTAL MINDORO

Concentration of Solutions
Solute and Solvent
Vocabulary
Soluble Insoluble Unsaturated solution
Saturated solution concentration of solution

Use the terms in the vocabulary box above to fill in the blanks.Use each term only once.
1. ______________________________means able to dissolve in a certain solvent.

2. A material that is unable to dissolve in a certain substance is_______________________________.

3. A(n)____________________________ in which the dissolved and undissolved solute are used to be in


dynamic equilibrium.
4. _________________________________________________depends on the amount of solute
dissolved in a quantity of solvent.

5. A(n)_______________________________ has less amount of solute than saturated solutions.

Leader:_________________________________

Members:

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Illustrating Dilute and


Concentrated Solutions
The particle model of matter provides a way to visualize the particles in solutions.
Use the particle model to draw how the particles of the liquid look t the end of each of the following
steps.
1. A student has some pure water.

2. The student adds a little salt to the water and stirs until all the salt dissolves.

3. Then the student adds a lot more salt to the water and stirs until it dissolves.

1. Pure Water Dilute 3. Concentrated


solution solution

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Solutes and Solvents


Define the terms “solute” and “solvent” in your own words.
Then list the solvent and solute for each solution that follows.
Define these terms in your own words.
1. Solute:____________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
.
2. Solvent:___________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
.
3. Soluble:___________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________

For each solution, identify the solvent and solute.

4. Nash and angelika mixed some water and mango juice crystals to make a fruit drink.
(a) The solute is_________________________.
(b) The solvent is_________________________.

5. Teresa and Izzy swished sugar and water in their mouth after they ate an ampalaya.
(a) The solute is_________________________.
(b) The solvent is_________________________.

6. Yhandy, Cyron and Lia mixed some pebbles and water in their science experiment.
(a) The solute is_________________________.
(b) The solvent is_________________________.

7. Justin, Misty and Shera added a little sugar to their tea because it tasted bitter.
(a) The solute is__________________________.
(b) The solvent is__________________________.

8. Mei added a little salt in her water to make it her own version of mouthwash.
(a) The solute is__________________________.
(b) The solvent is__________________________.

P. Urieta St., Sto. Niño, Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro


Email Address: sabnahis.1968@gmail.com
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
SCHOOLS DIVISION OF OCCIDENTAL MINDORO

True or False?
Read the statements given below. If the statement is true, write “T” on the line in front of the sentence.
If it is false, write “F”.

1. _____ Soluble substances cannot dissolve in certain solvents.

2. _____ soluble substances can dissolve in all solvents.

3. _____ Not all substances are soluble in water, which is called the “universal solvent”.

4. _____Table salt is soluble in water.

5. _____Grass stains are difficult to wash out because chlorophyll is insoluble in water.

6. _____Solute is the component that is dissolved in a solution.

7. _____Solvent is the component that is dissolved in a solution.

8. _____Concentrated solutions contain a less amount of solute for a certain volume of solvent.

9. _____Dilute solutions contain a large amount of solute for a certain volume of solvent.

10. _____Solutions with high concentrations of solutes are concentrated.

11. _____Solutions with high concentrations of solutes are dilute.

12. _____You can increase the concentration of a solution by adding more solute.

13. _____Solutions with low concentrations of solutes are concentrated.

14. _____Solutions with low concentrations of solutes are concentrated

15. _____Solute is the component that is dissolved in a solution.

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Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
SCHOOLS DIVISION OF OCCIDENTAL MINDORO

Saturated vs. Unsaturated


Leader:_________________________________

Members:

Define:
Unsaturated Solution:
________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________.
Saturated Solution
________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________.

Questions:
1. If there are two glasses of Mango Juice on the table, one is unsaturated the other is saturated. How
would you be able to tell the difference between the two?
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________.

2. It is possible to “unsaturated a saturated solution”. Suggest ways you might be able to do this. (Hint:
How could you make more sugar to dissolve in a glass of water?)
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________.

P. Urieta St., Sto. Niño, Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro


Email Address: sabnahis.1968@gmail.com
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
SCHOOLS DIVISION OF OCCIDENTAL MINDORO

P. Urieta St., Sto. Niño, Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro


Email Address: sabnahis.1968@gmail.com