Construct a normal probability plot of the suspended solids concentration data in Exercise 6-40. Does it seem reasonable to assume that the concentration of suspended solids in water from this particular lake is normally distributed?
General Chemistry II Martin Bakker – 8/26/17-9/14/17 CH 13: Phase Diagrams and Crystalline Solids REVIEW - What is a phase diagram - A map of the state of a substance as a function of pressure (y -axis) and temperature (x-axis). - Important Parts of Phase Diagram - Regions- Represents conditions where a state is stable. - Line- Represents conditions where the substance is in a state of equilibrium between two states. - Vaporization Curve- Equilibrium between Liqu id and Gas - Fusion Curve- Equilibrium between Solid and Liquid (Always slanting right except for when the substance is water due to water being denser than ice). - Sublimation Curve- Equilibrium between Solid and Ga