Chapter 13 Answers

Chapter 13 Answers - Solution Formation Part A Exothermic...

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Solution Formation Part A Exothermic Solute-solvent Endothermic Solvent-solvent and solute-solute Part B Slightly endothermic Hydrophobic vs. hydrophilic Most to least soluble = salt, hexanol, propane, methane 13.32 2.6 x 10^-4 (to the negative fourth, for future reference ;-)) ________ 13.34 Part A – 10% Part B – 8.1 ppm 13.36 Part A – 2.48 x 10^-2 Part B – 4.95% Part C – 0.553 mol/kg 13.40 Part A – 5.88 mol/kg Part B – 2.8 g 13.42 Part A – 26.4% Part B – 3.54 x 10^-2 Part C – 2.04 mol/kg Part D – 1.83 M 13.44 Part A – 4.68 x 10^-2 Part B – 0.533 mol/kg Part C – 0.446 M 13.46 Part A – 0.400 mol
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Part B – 6.25 x 10^-5 mol Part C – 3.27 x 10^-3 mol 13.60 Part A – 222 torr Part B – 167 g 13.62 Part A – 0.32 Part B – 0.62 Deviations from Raoult’s Law Part A – first option (it will deviate positively) Part B – second option (negatively) Part C – third option (ideal solution) Raoult’s Law and Ionic or Organic Solutions Part A – 83.6 mmHg Part B – 171 mmHg
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Chapter 13 Answers - Solution Formation Part A Exothermic...

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