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If a resolution of 1.5 is desired in separating methylcyclohexane and

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Problem 26-20

If a resolution of 1.5 is desired in separating methylcyclohexane and methylcyclohexenein 26-18,(a) how many plates are required"(b) how long must the column he if the same packing is employed"(c) what is the retention time for methylcyclohexene on the column of part (h)"

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C127 Calorimetry Notes 1-21-16  Learning goals: o Understand energy flow between system and surroundings o Determine specific heat capacity of a metal o Determine enthalpy change of chemical reaction o Determine specific heat capacity of salt solution  Constant pressure and volume in this class; no changes...

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Author: Douglas A. Skoog F. James Holler Stanley R. Crouch
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