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# When measured with a 1.00-cm cell, a 7.50 X 105 M solution of species A

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Problem 14-9

When measured with a 1.00-cm cell, a 7.50 X 105 M solution of species A ~xhibitedabsorhances of 0.155 and 0.755 at 475 and 700 nm, respectively. A 4.25 x10 ) M solution of species B gave absorbanees of 0.702 and 0.091 under the samecircumstances. Calculate the concentrations of A and B in solutions that yieldedthe following absorbance data in a 2.50-em cell: (a) 0.439 at 475 nm and 1.025 at700 nm; (b) 0.662 at 475 nm and 0.815 at 700 nm.

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LE08 Colligative Properties Wednesday, January 27, 2016 1:15 PM Colligative Properties are properties of solutions that depend on the particular solvent and on the concentration, buy they do not depend on the nature of the solute. When the solute and the solvent have identical IMFs, the enthalpy of solution is equal to zero (∆H solutio= 0) because making the solution has no effect on...

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