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# The outer diameter of a glass jar and the inner diameter

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Problem 15E

The outer diameter of a glass jar and the inner diameter of its iron lid are both 725 mm at r??m temperature (20.0°C). What will be the size of the difference in these diameters if the lid is briefly held under hot water until its temperature rises to 50.0°C, without changing the temperature of the glass?

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CHEM 112 Notes (1­20­16) Solubility and Temperature:  Solubility of gas—think in terms of pressure o Solubility of gas A = partial pressure of gas A (P A o ↑P , ↑Aolubility A o ↓P , ↓Aolubility A  Biggest factor in solubility = ΔH (change in enthalpy) o If we have +ΔH (endothermic), heat = reactant (A + B + heat → C)  Increase heat, increase solubility (shoving heat towards product) (↑heat, ↑solubility) o If we have –ΔH(exothermic), heat = product (A + B → C + heat)  Increase heat, decrease solubility (↑heat, ↓solubility)  As we increase temperature, solubility increases (in general)—exothermic is exception Colligative Properties:  Rely/depend on the concentration of the solute  Add solute—lowers vapor pressure (changing the equilibrium of solution)  If we have a pure solvent, we have equilibrium o # molecules evaporating = # molecules condensing Pure Add solute solvent Molecules evaporating Molecules evaporating = = Molecules condensing Molecules condensing   Rauoult’s Law: o Vapor pressure solvents propotional tχ solvent o To find new vapor pressure:

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