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Infrared spectra are customarily recorded on a transmittance scale so that weak and

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Problem 18-5

Infrared spectra are customarily recorded on a transmittance scale so that weak and strong bands can be displayed on the same scale. The region near 2 000 cm1 in the infrared spectra of compounds A and B is shown in the figure. Note that absorption corresponds to a downward peak on this scale. The spectra were recorded from a 0.010 0 M solution of each, in cells with 0.005 00-cm pathlengths. A mixture of A and B in a 0.005 00-cm cell gave a transmittance of 34.0% at 2 022 cm1 and 38.3% at 1 993 cm1 . Find the concentrations of A and B

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Week 2: Periodic Table: ­ Green = metals. ­ Orange = metalloids: metal/nonmetal. ­ Blue = nonmetals. Fluorine = most electronegative on periodic table. Covalent Bond: ​ a bond formed by atoms SHARING electrons. ­ Form from nonmetals and sometimes metalloids. ­ No charge. ­ No ions. ­ Sharing electrons. ­ Softer solid, liquids, or gases. ­ Often not soluble in water. Example 1: Single Bond Example 2: Double Bond Example 3: Triple Bond Remember​

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Textbook: Quantitative Chemical Analysis
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Author: Daniel C. Harris
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