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MT1equations - Chemistry 122 Equations to Know for Midterm...

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Equations to Know for Midterm Examination I Yu Kay Law Winter Quarter, 2008 This is an unofficial list of the equations that you must know for Midterm I. Note that it is neither definitive nor complete. There is inevitably a personal choice. For instance, I do not believe that, once you know the geometry of the three main types of unit cell, that you need to memorize the formulae for those, and this list is designed to be minimalist in nature. Also, these may be error-prone. Also, equations from Chapters 1-9 will not be included. 1 Chapter 10 - Gases Definition of Pressure (10.2, p. 401 equation 10.1) P = F A (1) Solutions to Manometer Problems (10.2, p. 403 figure 10.3) P gas = P atm - h (2) P gas = P atm + h (3) The Ideal Gas Equation (10.4, p. 409 equation 10.5) PV = nRT and PV T = constant (4) Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures (10.6, p. 417 equation 10.12) P T = P 1 + P 2 + P 3 + ··· (5) Relationship Between Mole Fraction and Partial Pressures (10.6, p. 416 equation 10.15)
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course CHEM 122 taught by Professor Zellmer during the Winter '07 term at Ohio State.

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