Chemical Quantities & Aqueous Solutions

A solution is a homogenous mixture composed of a solute, the smaller portion, dissolved in a solvent, the larger portion. The creation of a solution can be determined through the solubility rules and electrolytes, while solution calculations deal with the concept of molarity. In addition to these concepts you will find sections dealing with redox reactions, oxidation numbers, activity series and classifying chemical reactions.

Chemical Quantities and Aqueous Reactions

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