You substitute the coordinates of the point in the equation. If the result is true then the point is a solution and if it is false it is not a solution.
The solvent used in the solution, the concentration used in the solution and the number of ions produced in the solution will affect the freezing point depression and the boiling point elevation of a solution.
the boiling point of solution increases
Substitute the coordinates of the point into the equation and if the result is a true statement then the point is a solution, and if not it isn't.
Addition of a solute, depresses the freezing point of a solution.
Saturation is the point a solution reaches where no more solute will dissolve in the solvent.
The solution has a freezing point of 2.79 and this is the frezzing point of mercury
The boiling point of the solution increases, and the freezing point of the solution decreases.
Yes, it is possible if the solution contain solutes.
If this question is asking: is the point (6,9) a solution of the equation y = 12x + 6, then NO, it's not a solution.
The boiling point of the solution is higher.
Generally speaking, adding solutes to solvents raise the boiling point of a solution
Dissolved ions in solution will increase the boiling point of the liquid. Salt in cooking water does this.
It lowers the freezing point.
Higher then the boiling point of the solvent.
At the boiling point liquids become gases and if the solution contain dissolved solids they remain as residues.
In isotonic solution cells reach a point called dynamic equilibrium.
A solution has a lower freeazing point compared to pure water.
Will a 0.5 M solution have a higher freezing point than a 0.75 M solution of the same substance?
The solution does not have to be at room temperature. Depending on what the solution is, the solution must be heated to it's proper boiling point in order for it to evaporate. Everything has a melting, freezing and a boiling point, and the salt's melting and boiling point's are extremely high, therefore the salt will be left behind when the solution is evaporated, unless the solutions boiling point is higher then the salt's boiling point.
extraneous solution. or the lines do not intersect. There is no common point (solution) for the system of equation.
it's a colligative property of solutions... when you add a higher boiling substance to a solution the boiling point increases and when you add anything that interferes with the intramolecular forces holding the solution together the freezing point decreases.
The boiling point increases.