Chem Lab lecture8

Chem Lab lecture8 - Chem 1035 Vapor Pressure 1 of 6 Vapor Pressure In this lab exercise we are examining the relationship between the vapor

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Chem 1035 Vapor Pressure 1 of 6 Vapor Pressure In this lab exercise we are examining the relationship between the vapor pressure of a liquid and temperature. Vapor pressure:
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Chem 1035 Vapor Pressure 2 of 6 A molecule of a liquid must Breaking attractive forces requires Increasing the temperature of the liquid Vapor pressure increases with
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Chem 1035 Vapor Pressure 3 of 6 You will trap a bubble of air in a tube of small diameter between two portions of an unknown liquid. It is assumed that at 0 o C (ice bath), the vapor pressure of the liquid is 0 mm Hg. Therefore bubble at this temperature is
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2008 for the course CHEM 1045 taught by Professor Pgamateis during the Spring '08 term at Virginia Tech.

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Chem Lab lecture8 - Chem 1035 Vapor Pressure 1 of 6 Vapor Pressure In this lab exercise we are examining the relationship between the vapor

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