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A 25.0 L volume of He(g) at is passed through 6.220 g of

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Problem 35

A 25.0 L volume of He(g) at is passed through 6.220 g of liquid aniline at The liquid remaining after the experiment weighs 6.108 g. Assume that the He(g) becomes saturated with aniline vapor and that the total gas volume and temperature remain constant. What is the vapor pressure of aniline at ?

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Lecture Notes 10/10­10/14  Problem of Bohr's Model o Electrons moving in defined orbits around the nucleus at known energies only works for hydrogen o Doesn't take into account the wave­particle duality of electrons  Matter is a wave (and a particle) o De Broglie: all matter has wave properties ­ can calculate wavelengλh: =h/mv (m=mass; v=velocity) o Macroscopic object: wavelength is much smaller than the object so it has no effect on the object's properties o Electrons: wavelength is about size of atom so it effects the properties of the electrons  Evidence that electrons are waves o EM radiation is a wave because of diffraction o Ele

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