Problem: The following NLC system which shows equilibrium between solute and solvent is A. 1 mL H2O & 3 mL ethanol B. 1 g I2 & 100 mL H2O C. 2 M CaCl2 D. 1 g KNO3 & 100 mL H2O

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Solubility  maximum amt. of solute dissolved in a liquid → saturated solutionsolute in equilibrium with its solvent


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The following NLC system which shows equilibrium between solute and solvent is 

A. 1 mL H2O & 3 mL ethanol 

B. 1 g I2 & 100 mL H2O 

C. 2 M CaCl2 

D. 1 g KNO3 & 100 mL H2O

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