Consider the combustion of propane: Assume that all the heat in Example 6.3 comes from the combustion of propane. What mass of propane must be burned to furnish this amount of energy assuming the heat transfer process is 60.% efficient?
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Chemistry 2: Colligative Properties: -Colligative properties of a solution depend only on the concentration of the solute particle, and not on the nature of the solute. -Non-colligative properties: color, density, viscosity, toxicity, reactivity, exc. 4 colligative properties: -Vapor pressure -Freezing point -Boiling point -Osmotic pressure Freezing/boiling point changes are directly proportional to molality. Osmotic pressure---pi=MRT -M=molarity -R= .08206 (L)(atm)/(mol)(K) -T=temperature Vapor pressure: -Vapor pressure of solvent above a solution is less than the vapor pressure above the pure solvent. -Raoult’s Law---Psolution= (Xsolvent )(P degrees) -P degrees will be give
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