7.A Ions in Solution
Solutions are homogeneous (completely mixed) mixture of 2+ compounds in a single phase (whether it be solid/liquid/gas). Solutions in liquid are most well known, but are possible in other phases too. For example, brass is a solid solution of zinc and copper.
“My favorite solution is the ice coffee,” Miley says.
“Yes, a nice mix of coffee beans, sugar, water, milk… but it’s likely it’s not a perfect example of a solution, though; there’s likely to be a suspension and sediments.”
7.A.1 Anion, cation (common names, formulas, and charges for familiar ions; e.g., NH4+, ammonium; PO43–, phosphate; SO42–, sulfate)
7.A.2 Hydration, the hydronium ion
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