Friday, March 03, 2006

Dissolution and Precipitation




"The process of dissolution occurs when a solute is placed in contact with a solvent and dissolves to form a solution. If solvent is removed from a solution, by a process such as evaporation, eventually the solute will be found to separate from the remaining solution. This separation is called the precipitation of a solid or the evolution of a gas. The concentration of solute which the solution contains at the onset of precipitation or gas evolution is the maximum concentration of solute which the solution can contain. This concentration is called the solubility of the solute."

Sam Renseiw recorded some diffuse algebraic moments in an otherwise unsaturated and cliché diluted set-up, in the midst of some sublime spacial settings. View it here or click on the characters above. ( 'patafilm #109, 02'04'', 2.4 MB, mov/quicktime ) / relinked 02.10.15

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