What, do you think, would happen to the concentration of a solution if the temperature increases?

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What, do you think, would happen to the concentration of a solution if the temperature increases?
Concentration = solute / solvent or solution

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well temperature won’t effect the concentration of something, it will only speed up or slow down the rate of reaction that is happening. concentration is a factor of rate of reaction along with temp. and pressure.

The concentration may Increase depending on the temperature rise due to increase in solvent evaporation with increasing temperature.
This depends upon the Evaporation rates of the Solute and Solvent.

Example: If the Solute is ‘lighter’ than the Solvent (as in Ethanol in water), then the concentration will decrease as the Ethanol will have the higher Evaporation rate.

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