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Adding 1.00 g of benzene, to 80.00 g cyclohexane, lowers

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Problem 71

Adding 1.00 g of benzene, to 80.00 g cyclohexane, lowers the freezing point of the cyclohexane from 6.5 to (a) What is the value of for cyclohexane? (b) Which is the better solvent for molar mass determinations by freezing-point depression, benzene or cyclohexane? Explain.

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Edward Schrödinger  The position of the electron is strange, poorly defined  Energy levels are a little different than Bohr or de Broglie; they are precisely known  An Orbital, in quantum mechanics, describes the probability of finding an electron in a particular region of space  Orbitals have quantum numbers, that describe their shape and energy  Quantum Numbers o n:energy o l:shape o m: orientation l o m :sspin (either ½ or -1/2) Rules for Adding Electrons when Determining Electron Configuration  Electrons go into the lowest energy level and the electron configuration “built up” (Aufbau principle)  However the Pauli Exclusion Principle, no two electrons in th

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Textbook: General Chemistry: Principles and Modern Applications
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Author: Ralph Petrucci
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