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Three fluorine-containing gases are shown here. Which of

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Problem 6QP

Problem 6QP

Three fluorine-containing gases are shown here. Which of the three gases will have the highest root-mcan-squarespeed? Which of the three gases will have the highest average kinetic energy at a given temperature?

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ChemistryofSolutions CourseNumber:202-NYB-05 Lectureno.2 Date:Tuesday,August30,2016 Professor:NadiaSchoonhoven TopicsCovered:solutioncomposition,reviewofintermolecularforces, energiesofsolutionformation,effectsoftemperatureandpressureon solubility. SolutionComposition--Continued • It’simportanttonotethatmasspercent,molarity,molality,andthemole fractionarevaluesthatarenotdependentontemperature;achangein temperaturewillnotalterthemassofasolution. • Achangeintemperaturewill,however,changeasolution’svolume. Therefore,molarityistemperaturedependent. • Remember: Molarity=M=molesofsolute/litersofsolution Masspercent=(massofsolute/massofsolution)×100 Mole

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Author: Julia Burdge, Jason Overby
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