Use Steffensen's method to find, to an accuracy of 10-4 , the root of x 2~x 0 that lies in [0, 1J and compare this to the results of Exercise 10 of Section 2.2.
Clemson University CH1020 – General Chemistry II Chapter 11 Exam1 Study Packet Solutions are homogeneous mixtures where the solvent (component in large amount) is mainly a liquid and the solute (component in small amount) can be a liquid, solid or a gas. When the solute is a solid or a gas then we say the solute is soluble in the solvent. When both the solute and the solvent are liquids then we say they are miscible in each other. Enthalpy change and entropy change of solutions ∆S solns the Entropy change of solutions. It is generally positive for ionic compounds (especially those with +1 and −1 charges) ∆H solns the Enthalpy change of solutions. ▯ ∆H soln ∆H solute-solute solvent-solventsolute-solvent. ▯ ∆H solute-solute(endothermic) because it