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The following data are given for Normal melting point,

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Problem 138

The following data are given for Normal melting point, normal boiling point, density of liquid vapor pressure at 110 Torr. (a) What phases solid, liquid, and/or gas are present if is placed in a closed 8.21 L container at ? (b) How much heat is required to vaporize 2.00 L of at its normal boiling point?

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Chemistry notes on Reactions in Aqueous solutions  Homogenous mixtures are called solutions (when the particles mix well) o Part that changes state is called solute o Part that dissolves a solute is called solvent o Dilute solutions: relatively small amount of solutes o Concentrated: relatively large amount of solutes  Solution concentration is measured by molarity o Amount of solute in moles divided by volume of solution in liters o To dilute a solution you mix a new solution is made from a stock solution  CV=CV  Concentration of a solution depends on the amount of dissolved solutes per amount of solvent  If two substance are capable of mixing t

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The following data are given for Normal melting point,