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Resolution. Suppose that the electroosmotic mobility of a solution is 1.61 107 m2 /(V

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Problem 25-42

Resolution. Suppose that the electroosmotic mobility of a solution is 1.61 107 m2 /(V s). How many plates are required to separate sulfate from bromide with a resolution of 2.0? Use Table 14-1 for mobilities and Equation 22-30 for resolution. 2

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Week 2, Chem 143, Prof. Cracolice Chapter 44: How is Reactant Concentration Related to Reaction Speed and time for Reaction 2/1/16 44.1 How is Reaction Rate Related to Reactant Concentration  Rate law­ an equation that expresses the relationship between reaction speed and concentration or between time for reaction and concentration  Reactant concentration are a major influence on reaction rate  Experiments with only one species varying can be used to find rate law. This means that the other species in the reaction have the same values in other experiments  Proportionality constant, k­ always constant for any reaction concentration that is at the same temperature because it is a constant.  Is calculated using alg

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Resolution. Suppose that the electroosmotic mobility of a solution is 1.61 107 m2 /(V