Create a concept map with the words ions, molecules, solution, conduct, solute, solvent,...


Create a concept map with the words ions, molecules, solution, conduct, solute, solvent, unsaturated, saturated, supersaturated electrolyte, and nonelectrolyte.

Elements of Chemistry:

A field of chemistry contains some basic elements without them a base of chemistry does not exist like atoms which together form molecules formed compounds etc. In this way, we can develop a further process of chemistry.

Answer and Explanation: 1

  • Ions: These are charged particles formed by the excitation and affination of electrons in which electron affinity(electron gain enthalpy), and excitation (electron transition energy) rule out. These are of two types cation and anion.
  • Molecules: These are formed when two atoms react with each other and electron sharing takes place, there may be electron transfer.
  • Solution: it is a combination of solute and solvent.
  • Conduct: When Ionic compounds are dissolved in water they get dissociate due to the dielectric constant and conduct electricity by transfer of their electrons from one to another.
  • Unsaturated: When we dissolve any substance then there will be the initial stage where the solvent can dissolve more solute.
  • Saturated: When solute gets completely dissolved in the solvent and there is no further solvent that can dissolve such a situation is said to be saturated.
  • Supersaturated electrolytes: when we dissolve any solute that gets dissociated into ions more than their saturated state then supersaturated electrolytes will be formed.
  • Non-electrolytes: These are the compounds that are not able to dissociate into their constituent ions in a solvent like methane, ethane, etc.

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