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Q.1: What is a solution?

Q.2: What is a solvent?

Q.3: What is a saturated solution?

Q.4: What is a concentrated solution?

Q.5: What is a standard solution?

Q.6: What is dilution?

Q.7: What is normality?

Q.8: A solution that has not reached its limit of dissolved solute is said to be --------.

Q.9: A metallic alloy is an example of a ----- solution.

Q.10: The mass percent of NaCl in a solution of 12 g of NaCl in 100 g of water is --------.

Q.11: A solution labeled as '1 M HCl' contains 1 mol of dissolved HCl per ---- of solution.

Q.12: A solution that is 0.5 M in copper(II) chloride contains ----- mol of chloride ions per liter.

Q.13: When the volume of a given solution is doubled ny adding the solvent, the new concentration of the solute is -------- the original concentration.

Q.14: A solution that contains 1 equivalent of acid or base per liter of solution is called a --------- solution.

Q.15: A metallic alloy, such as brass, is an example of a(n) ------- solution.

Q.16: A solution is 9% (by mass) glucose. For every 100.0 gm of solution, there will be ----- gm of glucose.

Q.17: A solution that is 0.5 M in copper(II) chloride contains --------- mol of copper(II) ions and -------- mol of chloride ions per liter of solution.

Q.18: When the volume of a given solution is doubled by adding water, the new concentration of the solute will be ------- the original solution.
(A) same as
(B) double
(C) triple
(D) half
Select the labelled statement that best fits your answer.

Q.19: A solution that contains one equivalent of acid per liter of solution is said ti be one
(A) molar
(B) normal
(C) molal
(D) heterogeneous
Select the labelled statement that best fits your answer.





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