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Unformatted text preview: KEV, '1' TA Chem 322aL Summer 2003 June 5, 2003
i f. 0 LAB QUIZ #1
log ’/ (Three pages — 32 points) Cs
glass. Calculate its inside diameter at its narrow end. 1% é>£7 65 a‘é’ﬂmuq ¢£J‘— batbzi ~0“J{ 6LKJ4' 3.
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greases only the abOut the top third. T} W cau'l/ Vl/of W414 AW” 50
(‘vk’f‘o 6L 3. (2) A solution is distilled. In <10 words, tell what system property is necessary and sufficient to get even partial sepa—
ration of the compon nts. LV a,“ a; loaf] 9L U470] [(14 «blouxlé
a)va (IL W74 M W/Hiﬁw. 4 (4) Recall the equation for the sensitivity of 2? to T, i e., the
slope of a plot of P vs T: dP/dT = (P/R)(ASvap)(1/T). A
hydrocarbon, HC, has the same normal bp as a carboxylic acid,
AC. (a) On the diagram below, mark which curve belongs to the
AC and which to the HC, (b) Which liquid, if either, will have
the higher hp at a external P = 1.5 atm? Explain briefly (<15
words); no calculation needed or useful. '::!!IIII ;
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CH absorption but is transparent from 3450 cm'1 to 3250 cm'l.
Based solely on these data, make the broadest almost certainly
true statement about the compound; use < 10 words. ﬁb® [1019‘ an. Cor Cod/McQQY
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0v «(IO/M1 6. (3) An aqueous solution containing 20.0 g isopropyl alcohol (IPA)
is "salted out". The upper layer (UL) weighs 22.0 g and has a
volume of 25.0 mL. Using the table below, determine (1) what
fraction (wt %) of the UL is IPA, and (2) calculate what frac—
tion of the original 20.0 g IPA is in the UL. Aw. sszM s. Liv—07% : a M 0%!— Eéﬁ I 180“ Cg) ﬁﬂﬂ
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3:22.22 .3332 Ma PM ~‘ ML 2 if?) any. 7. (3) A substance C is steam distilled. From VP data, one calculates
that the mole ratio of Water to C in the distillate is 6.00. Given that 20.0 g C co—distills with exactly 3/4 mole (13.5 9)
water (MW = 18), calculate the MW of C. Q “49(440 7/? MAJ—on.) MM '2. {Wk C K «no/44 C 3* 0
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9 mass/1 8. (2) A twophase equilibrium mixture of (W)ater and D comprises two hases. One base is 1.0 mole % D, the other is 4.0 mole % W.
P Give Ptotal for the W—rich phase in terms of P°W and P°D. wvucj: pf) ‘f‘ (4) Compound E, dissolved in solvent A, is extracted by solvent B.
For KV /V (i e., z) = 5, calculate the Fraction of E QnEx B A
tracted [FUE 1/(1 + (z/n))n1 if— («9 w‘/% Ptotal, Wrich ¢ = (a) (’2) all the B is used (W? M :0
M in one portion. l I
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10.(6) In Period 8, you will use a 2.0 (mass) % solution of Br2 (MW =
160, dens = 3.0 g/mL) in DCM (MW = 85, dens = 1.3 g/mL). (a)(3) Using the simplest dilute soln approximation, calculate the mole % Brz in this solution. 2‘
395v '‘ ef—Tl/MO 9 rig: ‘ L/Ieo + V5: % f (a,
z: (33' m; =0 0/06 (b)(3) Calculate what volumes of BIZ and DCM one should mix to make
100 grams of 2.0 (mass) % Br2 in DCM. ...
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