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NAME : __________________________ CLASS : ________________ DATE : _________

Theme : Matter in Nature

Learning area : Water and Solution
Learning objectives : Compare and contrast between dilute, concentrated and saturated solution
Element Assessed : Element 1 : Science Process Skill
Element 3 : Scientific Attitude and Noble Value
Construct : E1(C7,C8)
E3 (C17)

Task : You are required to carry out an investigation to study how to prepare dilute, concentrated and saturated solution
based on materials given. Work in a group of 5 to 6 group. Write a report that consist

a) Aim of the experiment

b) List of apparatus and materials
c) Procedure for the materials
d) Record the observation/data
e) Analysis and discussion
f) Conclusion

While you are handling this activity, your teacher will observe you on your skills of handling and carrying out
investigation activity and your behaviours of scientific temperament and noble values. Your report will be used to
measure your skills on handling the investigation, collection and record of data interpretations of data and making


Theme : Matter in Nature

Learning area : Water and Solution
Aim : To prepare ___________________________________________
Materials : ________________________________________
Apparatus : _________________________________________
Procedure : 1) Add _______________________________________
2) ________________________________________________
3) ________________________________________________

Observation and result :

Mass of salt (g) The solution produced

E1C7 (a), E1C8(a)
Analysis and discussion :

1) What is the content of solute in a : (E1C7 (b))

a) dilute solution : __________

b) concentrated solution : ____________

c) saturated solution : _________________

2) Suggest what the taste of the saturated solution would be if you were to taste it with your tongue.


3) Why it is that the same amount of solute can dissolves faster in 50ml of water than 25ml of water? E1C7(c)


4) State the relationship between the solubility and the rate of dissolving. (E1C7(d))



5) State another factor that affect the solubility of salts. (E1C8(b))

a) ________________________

b) ________________________

c) ________________________

6) Predict what happen to the salt solution when we add : (E1C8 (c))

a) 5g : ______________________

b) 70g : _____________________

7) Define dilute solution, a concentrated solution, a saturated solution operationally : (E1C8(d))

a) Dilute solution contains _________ solute.

b) Concentrated solution contains _________ solute

c) Saturated solutions contains ____________ amount of solute.

Conclusion :

Different mass of salts have different solubility in a solvent.