# MT2.5 - 3(24 points A known 1:1 mixture of A and B(by...

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Unformatted text preview: 3. (24 points) A known 1:1 mixture of A and B (by volume) is analyzed by GC. The relative peak areas are recorded. 10.-mL of an unknown mixture is analyzed by GC by injecting 1 microliter of the mixture. The resulting peak areas are recorded. Based on these numbers, determine the relative response factors and the total volume of A and B in the unknown mixture. (Be sure to pay attention to signiﬁcant ﬁgures!). For standard 1:1 (by volume) mixture of A+B: For 1 microliter of unknown: area 121.11.! 1600 (10 pts) First, calculate Relative Response Factors for A and B (Show work and enter answer on line provided): Sﬂﬁéxw‘\ % \/ 1: \ A __.._ 3% \ \ @Eﬂﬂ \oem : \ \ z ‘0) #3235 ’7' /‘/1 Z \/ (5 pts) Relative Response Factor A : \ (5 pts) Relative Response Factor B : Z ...
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