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Give the systematic name for the following compounds that

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Problem 86

Give the systematic name for the following compounds that are found in everyday life. a. H2S (rotten egg smell) b. SO2 (smell of burnt matches) c. SF6 (aerosol can propellant) d. Na2SO3 (dried fruit preservative)

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• The stoichiometry for reactions that involve gases that employs lab line to mole line conversion based on the ideal gas equation of state is also presented. • Finally the kinetic theory of gases is given which gives a much better understanding of the properties of gases and also suggests experimental methods for separating the components of gas mixtures. • If the set of properties that satisfy the criteria above are chosen to be the pressure (P), temperature (T), volume that the gas occupies (V) and the amount of gas given as the number of moles (n), this choice will result in simple relations (laws) between these properties. All of these properties refer to the state of a gas at equilibrium. • It is straightforward to show that each of these

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Textbook: Chemistry
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Author: Steven S. Zumdahl
ISBN: 9780547125329

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