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cq14(2) - Clicker Question 14-1 A volumetric flask is...

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Clicker Question 14-1 A volumetric flask is necessary for the preparation of which one of the following concentration measurements? a. molarity b. molality c. mass percent d. volume percent e. mole fraction
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Clicker Question 14-2 The amount of solvent (g, mol, or mL) is known for each of the following solution concentrations except a. molarity b. molality c. mass percent d. volume percent e. mole fraction
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Clicker Question 14-3 Which of the following liquids are likely to be miscible with water: 1-propanol (CH 3 CH 2 CH 2 OH), carbon tetrabromide, hexane (C 6 H 14 ), and formic acid (HCO 2 H)? a. 1-propanol and hexane b. carbon tetrabromide and hexane c. hexane and formic acid d. carbon tetrabromide and formic acid e. 1-propanol and formic acid
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Clicker Question 14-4 In which solvent should Na + have the most negative enthalpy of solvation? a. CCl 4 b. CH 3 OCH 3 c. C 6 H 12 d. CS 2 e. H 2 O
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Clicker Question 14-5 Which of the following actions will increase the equilibrium concentration of a gas in water?
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