Isotope patterns. Referring to Exercise 21-C, predict the relative abundances of 10B2H6, 10B11BH6, and 11B2H6 for diborane (B2H6).
NonIdeal Gases 1. Gas molecules do have volume 2. Gas molecules can have attractive interactions b/w them (intermolecular forces) Under “ideal” conditions these factors are negligible. At h igh pressures and/or close to l ow temperature (liquefaction) they count (Ideal Conditions low pressure, high temperature) Real gases become less ideal at lower temp and higher pressure Lower temp, velocity decreases Higher pressure, on average closer together Real gases become more ideal at higher temp and lower pressure >>> Hard Sphere Model P(Vnb)=nRT b a constant the actual volume of 1 mole of the particle (Vnb) volume of space b/w molecules and large molecules=large b At high pressures nb beco