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The concentration of a gas is related to its pressure by the ideal gas law: where n is

Quantitative Chemical Analysis | 8th Edition | ISBN: 9781429218153 | Authors: Daniel C. Harris ISBN: 9781429218153 475

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Problem 1-16

The concentration of a gas is related to its pressure by the ideal gas law: where n is the number of moles, V is volume (L), P is pressure (bar), and T is temperature (K). (a) The maximum pressure of ozone in the Antarctic stratosphere in Figure 1-1 is 19 mPa. Convert this pressure into bars. (b) Find the molar concentration of ozone in part (a) if the temperature is 70 C.

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Chapter 11: Solutions and Colloids (cont.) I. Colligative Properties A. Osmosis 1. Semipermeable Membranes- material that only allows select molecules or ions to pass through of certain size, shape, polarity, charge, or other factor. 2. Consider: a membrane that only allows solvent molecules to permeate and not solute. a) [can be used to separate a sample of pure solvent from a solution] 3. U-tube: Solvent molecules diffuse across membrane in both directions. The concentration is higher in the pure sample. a) Result: A net transfer of solvent molecules from the pure solvent to

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Textbook: Quantitative Chemical Analysis
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Author: Daniel C. Harris
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