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microproactice - compounds are in each phase? How would you...

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Chemistry XXI T = 280 K P = 2 atm Analyze Let′s apply! What does this system represent? How many phases are present in this system? How many substances are in each phase? How many elements? How many compounds? How would you separate the different components in the system? How do you explain the presence of different phases in the system?
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Chemistry XXI Let′s apply! Analyze What is this? How many phases are present in this system? How do you explain the presence of these phases? How many elements and compounds are in each phase? How would you separate the different components? What would happen if T decreases to 275 K? Sucrose  (Sugar) T = 290 K P = 1 atm
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Chemistry XXI Analyze What is this? How many phases are present in this system? How many elements and
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Unformatted text preview: compounds are in each phase? How would you separate the different components? What would happen if T increases to 350 K? Why are the two main substances “immiscible”? T = 290 K P = 1 atm Let′s apply! Chemistry XXI Predict In which of the phases: Are the intermolecular forces strongest? Is the average potential energy per particle the lowest (most negative)? Is the average particle speed the highest? Is the average kinetic energy per particle the lowest? Which of the two main substances, water or hexane, has the greater vapor pressure? T = 290 K P = 1 atm Let′s apply! Chemistry XXI T = 280 K P = 2 atm Predict Let′s apply! How would the system change if you inject...
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2009 for the course CHEM 151 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Arizona.

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