Examples for

Chemical Solutions
A solution is formed when two substances are mixed together homogeneously. When a solute is dissolved in a solvent, their physical and chemical properties change. Solvation occurs when the solvent and solute have similar intermolecular forces. Two substances are miscible if they can solvate each other at any concentration. Wolfram|Alpha has extensive knowledge on the solubility of various compounds in polar and non-polar solvents.

Solution Properties

Explore properties of different solutions, which depend on the solvent, solute and concentration.

Compute properties of a chemical solution:

Compute a specified property of a solution:

Compute properties of a quantity of a solution:

Compute using a named formula:

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Explore titrations, where the known concentration of one solution is used to find the unknown concentration of a second solution.

Do titration computations:

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Perform dilution computations and find properties of the resulting solutions.

Do dilution computations:

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Use the Wolfram Knowledgebase to explore the solubility of different compounds.

Determine miscibility of chemicals:

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Find out more about saltwater, which is a form of salt solution that makes up the majority of water on Earth.

Get properties of a saltwater solution:

Get data on saline solutions:

Find the absorption coefficient of seawater:

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