CHEM 108-10 Test 1 Solutions

CHEM 108-10 Test 1 Solutions - Illegible answers will not...

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CHEM108-10 Test #1 1/1 _____________________________ Name ___________________@tulane.edu Tulane e-mail C HEM 108-10 T EST #1 S OLUTIONS F EBRUARY 13 2008 Time allotment: 50 min S OLUTIONS FROM T ESTS H ANDED IN BY STUDENTS ____________ 100 total points General Remarks Clearly show your work and identify each single step, how ever trivial it might look. To ensure partial credit, it is highly beneficial to support long conversion pathways of four or more conversion steps by a general conversion path outline (e.g. moles mass density). Unaccounted for data presented out of context will not be considered for partial credit. Results must be reported by using the correct number of significant figures.
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Unformatted text preview: Illegible answers will not be considered for credit. Supporting Information Molarity : M V amount of solute/volume of solution (L) Molality : M m amount of solute/mass of solvent (kg) Avogadros Number: N A = 6.02210 23 Values for R : 1 1 1 1 1 1 364 62 08206 3145 8 = = = K mol Torr L K mol atm L K mol J R . . . Pressure Conversion : 1 atm=760 Torr 1 atm=101325 Pa Temperature Conversion : 0C = 273K Vapor Pressure of Water : Laws relating to Vapor Pressure : ) ' ( Law s Raoult P x P A A A = = 2 1 1 2 1 1 T T R H P P vap ln...
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