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Problem 22-27

Isotopic compounds are separated in Figure 22-15 by repeated passage through a pair of columns. Each cycle in the figure represents one pass through length L 50 cm containing N theoretical plates. The unadjusted relative retention is 1.018. (a) The observed resolution after 10 cycles is 1.60. Calculate the number of theoretical plates, N, in column length L. The mixture has passed through length 10L in 10 cycles. (b) Find the plate height in m. (c) Predict the resolution expected from two cycles. The observed value is 0.71. E

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Chapter 12 General Chemistry II Lecture Chapter 12 Intermolecular Forces: Liquids, Solids and Phase Changes(12.1-12.7) 01/13/2016 Day 1 I. Attractive Forces - Intermolecular forces: nonbonding forces a. They influence the physical properties Ex. (water molecules) Say you pour salt into a cup completely filled with water. Originally the water level in the cup will decrease because the ions of the water and salt will interact. - Intramolecular forces: bonding forces ex.(hydrogen to oxygen in H20) a. They influence the chemical properties II. Trend (Gas, liquid, solid) between Attractive forces vs. kinetic energy - The greater the interaction energy the smaller the relative kinetic energy,

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