EQUATIONS

# EQUATIONS - V1 q= V KV 2 1 K H D= K a[H VR = Vm KVs k = t r...

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+ = 2 1 1 KV V V q Cu + u B + A = H V - V V - V = K o t o r av w t = R avg ] H [ K ] H [ K D a + + + = ] H [ + K K K = D + a a t - t t - t = K K = m 1 m 2 1 2 α t d app DL VL N 2 µ = KV + V = V s m R µ µ µ eo ep app + = t - t = t m r / r r 6 = f πη V V K = t t - t = k m s m m r b + T a = t log / r V V K = V C V C = t t m s m m s s m s C P K = I o () 1 4 2 1 γ N = R area area F = C C standard solute standard solute V V - V = K s o r f q = ep µ (n) t log - (N) t log (n) t log - (x) logt n) - (N + n 100 = I r r r r 2 2 1 2 r 2 2 r w t 5.55 = w t 16 = N λ ν 1 = N L = H K K + K ] H [ + ] H [ K K = a2 a1 a1 + 2 + a2 a1 A 2 α e g * g = N * N kT E o o ⎛ ∆ n c = νλ ν h = E [Acid] [Base] log + pK = pH a K K + K ] H [ + ] H [ ] H [ = a2 a1 a1 + 2 + 2 + A H 2 α b " b " b ' b ' b " " A b ' ' A ] x [ y x y x y y ε ε ε ε ε ε = b " b " b ' b '
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## This note was uploaded on 03/24/2009 for the course CHEM 241 taught by Professor Tiani during the Summer '08 term at UNC.

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