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Unformatted text preview: T larger or smaller than it would be for a solution in which Raoults Law is obeyed? Explain your result in physical terms. (c) Repeat (b) for the case w < 0. Problem 2. Read exercise 2562 in McQ&S. Answer the question posed there by showing that if H + and Cl ions in water can be treated as obeying Henrys Law, then the vapor pressure of HCl above an aqueous solution has the form p = K ( m/m ) 2 , where K is a constant and m is the molal concentration of HCl. Plot the measured pressures versus the square of molality to test this prediction. Problem 3. Exercise 263 in McQ&S. Problem 4. Exercise 2614 in McQ&S. Problem 5. Exercise 2619 in McQ&S. Problem 6. Exercise 2629 in McQ&S....
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 Spring '08
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 Physical chemistry, pH

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