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What Are The Different Types Of Solutions?

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There are three types of solutions. Isontonic solutions, Hypotonic solutions and Hypertonic solutions. Each type of solution have different chemical properties.First one is Isotonic Solutions. Isotonic solution are those solutions, which have the same osmotic pressure, 0.9% NaCl is isosmotic with the human blood plasma.If human red blood cells are placed in this solution, they remain intact and retain their original shape and volume.

0.9% NaCl is therefore isotonic as well as isosmotic with red blood cell because the amount of water entering ht cells is equal to that leaving them and there is no net gain or loss of water by the cells.

The solutions which are less concentrated than 0.9% NaCl are called hypotonic solutions.
If human red blood cells are placed in this solution, the water will enter the cell making them swollen and if the solution is very dilute the cells will rupture releasing their HB in the solution (hemolysis).

Third and the last ones are Hypertonic Solutions. The solutions which are more concentrated than 0.9% NaCl are called hypertonic solutions. If the human red blood cells are placed in this solution, the water will leave the cells and the cells shrink.
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Three are nine types of solution.
1-solid in solid.
2-solid in liquid.
3-solid in gas.
4-liquid in solid
5-liquid in liquid.
6-liquid in gas.
7-gas in solid.
8-gas in liquid.
9-gas in gas.

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TYPES OF SOLUTION:
1. Solid solution
2. Liquid solution
3. Gaseous solution
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There are two types of solution:
1. Homogeneous solution - solution in which solute particles are dissolved completely and solutes are not seen with naked eyes. Example is salty water, sugar dissolved in water, etc.
2. Heterogeneous solution - solution in which solute particles are not completely dissolved and are seen clearly are called heterogeneous solutions. For example, sand in water, milk in water, etc.
Heterogeneous solution are further divided into two parts:
1. Suspension : Big solute particles
2. Colloid : Small solute particles
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Saturated , unsaturated , supersaturated
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There are two(2) types of solution
solute-have lesser amount of substance
solvent-grater amount of substance
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There are many different types of solutions. Some examples are pie, cake, and apples. They are all solutions.
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Saturated-contains the maximum amount of solute dissolved at a given temp.Unsaturated-can dissolve more solute at its current temperatureSupersaturated-has been heated to dissolve more solute than a saturated solution, then is cooled.
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Yes there are two types of solutions:1 is homogeneous            2 is heterogeneous...

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