Monday, December 17, 2007

Citric Acid Saturation

How much citric acid did it take to saturate the water? Use the words solute, solvent, and saturated solution in your answer.

23 comments:

Yolanda said...

It took 45ml of solute to be in the solvent, when it became a saturated solution.

jeffrey said...

ITheld 65cc of acid it is a solute. The h2o made it a solvent. The mixture was a saturated solution.

kenya said...

It took 45 cc for the solute and solvent to be saturated in water.

jonathon j said...

It took 16 things to saturate the water. A solution is a special mixture dissolves in water.A solvent is liquid in a solution. A saturated solution is when a solute can hold no more solute.

levy said...

The solute in the experament was the citric acid.The solvent was the citric acid in the water,the saturated solution was 65 cc.

devin said...

When we put the solvent in the solute
it dissolved we repeated the process.
Then are saturated solution was 55cc
of CITRIC ACID.

Dillion said...

It took 55ml of citric acid that saturated our water.Our solute was the citric acid.The solvent was the water.

Austin G said...

Our group spilled our experiment
Alexis was nagging me to let her shake the bottle so i asked dillion
what his group got so he said that
his saturated solution held 55ml of
citric acid [witch was his solute]in
his 50ml of water[witch was his solvent].

omar said...

It took me 65 ml of solute to saturate the solvent.

Ben said...

The Citric Acid -- solute -- dissolved 13 times -- saturated solution -- which is 65 mils. -- into the water -- solvent -- before we ran out of time so we didn't get a exactly right answer yet. But 65 is the only thing I've got.

Colby said...

It took 65g of citric acid to saturate the water the solvent became very thick.The solute did not dissolve very quickly.Soon the saturated solution could hold no more.

wade said...

It took me 65 ml to saturate the solvent in the solution.

Florinda said...

It took 50cc of Critic Acid because the last one was a saturated solution ,the critic acid is a solute. The 50ml of water is the solvent.

Tanner said...

It took 65ml of citric acid or a solvent to saturate the water citric acid is solute.

anahi said...

it took me about like 50ml saturate the solvent into the solution

anahi said...

It took me about 50ml to saturate the solve into the solution.

Serenity said...

It took 50ml of solute to be in the solvent,when it turned into a saturated solution.

Kiley said...

It took 50 ml. of solute and the solvent to saturate the h2o,I think.

Mckoy said...

when we put the solvent in the solute it dissolves we repeat the repeat the process of step 3 and 4 and the saturated solution was 45ccof citric acid.

elio said...

It took 65cc of citric acid for the solute and solvent to be saturated in the water.

Brianna said...

The solute in the experiment was the citric acid. The solvent was the citric acid in the water, the saturated solution was 65ml

blanca said...

It took 65 ml of solute saturate the water solvent.

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