The absorbance of a 2.31 105 M solution of a compound is 0.822 at a wavelength of 266 nm in a 1.00-cm cell. Calculate the molar absorptivity at 266 nm.
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Chapter 16 — Chemical Thermodynamics 1 I. spontaneity A. spontaneous process — once started, proceeds on its own without a continuous external inﬂuence 1. irreversible under same conditions at which it is spontaneous 2. examples: a) gas particles mixing by diffusing b) heat ﬂowing from higher temperature to lower temperature c) ice melting above its freezing point d) batteries discharging e) oxidation of ion B. non spontaneous process — reverse of a spontaneous process under the same conditions 1. examples: a) gas particles returning to their original state b) heat ﬂowing from lower te
Textbook: Quantitative Chemical Analysis
Author: Daniel C. Harris
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