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Solved: The ingestion of a very small quantity of mercury

Chemistry: A Molecular Approach | 3rd Edition | ISBN: 9780321809247 | Authors: Nivaldo J. Tro ISBN: 9780321809247 1

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Problem 18.111

The ingestion of a very small quantity of mercury is not considered too harmful. Would this statement still hold if the gastric juice in your stomach were mostly nitric acid instead of hydrochloric acid?

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Chemistry 1 12: General C hemistry II Week 6, F ebruary 27th ‐ March 3 rd, 017 Chapter 1 3: hemical Mixtures : ‐ Solvent = l iquid that is dissolvin aterial ‐ Solute = ubstance that i s being dissolved ‐ Can be solid, liquid, or gas (most commonly liquid) ‐ Unsaturated s olution = soluĆon able to dissolve more solute ‐ Saturated solution = soluĆon that cannot dissolve any more solute ‐ Oversaturated solution = soluĆon that contains more dissolved solute at a given temperature ‐ SoluĆon can be “tricked” to go over saturaĆon point by heaĆng and cooling carefully ‐ Note: the density of Water = 1g/mL 13.1: Expressions o f ConcentraĆon : ‐ ConcentraĆon = how much solute is dissolved in a soluĆon ‐ Molality ( ) oles o f solute g olvent ‐ Molarity ( ) oles o f solute of solution ‐ Mole Fraction ( χ oles of olute otal oles O R moles of olvent / otal oles ‐ ALWAYS LESS THAN 1 ‐ Weight % ass of solute total mass 100% ‐ Parts per illion ( ppm) = 1 molecule of solute illion molecules of s olvent ‐ Ppm

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Textbook: Chemistry: A Molecular Approach
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Author: Nivaldo J. Tro
ISBN: 9780321809247

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