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Define Solution and Classification of Solution? Different types of solution.

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Define Solution :


Solution: A solution is a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances such that their relative amount may be gradually changed within certain limits.
 Or
A solution is a homogeneous or unafraid mixture of two or more substances of solute in solvent at a particular temperature.

Classification of solution: 
Three types of solutions. They are:

Unsaturated solution: A solution is said to be saturated when the solvent is not capable of dissolving any more solute at a particular (definite) temperature.
Ex: 1% Na-cl solution.

Saturated solution: 
A solution is said to be saturated when the solvent is not capable of dissolving any more solute at a particular (definite) temperature.
Ex: Saturated solution of magnesium sulfate.

Super saturated solution: 
A solution is said to be supper saturated when it contain a larger amount of the solute than it is necessary to form a saturated solution than it is necessary to form a saturated solution a particular temperature. It is said to be super saturated at that temperature. If the temperature became down/reduce it become crystal from.

Different types of solution :

Gram mole: Molecular weight express in gram is called gram mole.

Normal solution: The solutions which contain one gram equivalent weight of a solute present in one liter of solution.

Motor solution: The solutions which contain one gram molecular weight of solute present  1 litter of solution.

Molar solution: A molar solution is that solution in which contain are gram molecular weight of solute in kilogram (kg) of solvent.
Normality of a solution is expressed in which.

Standard solution: It is a solution in which the relative strength and concentration of solute and solvent are known.
Percentage solution: It is a solution in which the relative strength of the solution is expressed in percentage.
Ex:  1% Na-cl solution.
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