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Use the value of the van der Waals constant b for given in

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Problem 89

Use the value of the van der Waals constant b for given in Table 6.5, to estimate the radius, r, of a single helium atom. Give your answer in picometers. [Hint: The volume of a sphere of radius r is ]

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Chemistry Skills and Reasoning 1 Week 12 Chapter 15: Solutions - Solution: homogenous mixture - Solvent: substance present in larget amount - Solute: other substance present in largest amount - Aqueous solution: solution with water as the solvent - Solute goes into solvent. Solute is what is being dissolved - Ionic substances break up into individual cations and anions - Polar substances dissolve in water, non polar do not - Non-polar (ex.: oil) does not interact with polar water, water-water hydrogen bonds keep the water from mixing with the non polar molecules - “like dissolves like” - How substances dissolve; a “hole” must be made in the water structure for each solute particle, the los

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Author: Ralph Petrucci
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