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There are 2 questions I have posted. My answers are at the bottom.

1.List 2 liquid solutions that do not contain water?

2. Suppose that you add one teaspoon of sugar to your cup of tea. A friend adds four teaspoons of sugar to his cup od tea. Whose tea is a more concentrated sugar solution?


ANSWERS:

1. pop and ?

2.Your tea

  • Science 7 -

    2. sorry, your friens tea for #2

  • Science 7 -

    The first ingredient listed in my can of Coke is carbonated WATER.

    Check this site for your second question.

    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&defl=en&q=define:concentrated+solution&sa=X&ei=I8onTdLyCcztObz1iNUC&sqi=2&ved=0CBcQkAE

  • Science 7 -

    Yes. Your friend's tea is a more concentrated solution.

  • Science 7 -

    what about question # 1... I'm stuck on that one :(

  • Science 7 -

    List 2 liquid solutions that do not contain water.

    I don't think pop is correct, since it has carbonated water in it.
    examples, oil, mercury, liquid hydrogen, liquid nitrogen.

    not sure about your second question

  • Science 7 -

    Isn't carbonated water still water?

  • Science 7 -

    Thank you very much helper and Ms.Sue!!!

  • Science 7 -

    You're welcome.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carbonated_water

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