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Unformatted text preview: , “all A , I ‘0; t“? A x‘gof‘h‘weggocyfi , 15) Solution A is hypotonic to solution B if A is less concentrated in solute particles than B. Solutions A and B are isotonic if both have the same " " 150 concentration of solute particles. Solution A is hgrtonic to solution B i ‘A M is more concentrated in solute particles than B. . QbOUQ [bur MCQ SE A 0.125 M KBr solution is l K to a 0.250 M glucose solution. C fim'mw KtSr W33 '1 t 21 Section 13.4 Solubili as an E uilibrium Process 507-510 gs Effect of Temperature on Solubility 1) The solubility of potassium nitrate er 100 g of watervis 155 at 75 °C and 38.0 g at 25 °C. What mass of potassium m e W] l crystallize out of solution if exactly 100 g of its saturated solution at 75 °C are cooled to 25 0C? @375“ W . was” .008; \4005 30'.th KN / /_\. 2mg was M- ciao -. HQ = 2) The solubility of N2 in blood at 37 °C and at a partial pressure of 0.80 atm is 5.6 x 10 ‘4 mol / L. A deep-sea diver breathes compressed air with the partial \A 9 pressure of N2 equal to 4.0 atm. Assume that the total volume of blood in the : ° bod is 5.0 L. C lculate th am t f ‘t l d ' h Sn; filth NIL y a e oun 0 n1 rogen gas re ease éfiw en the diver returns to the surface of the water, where the partial press D as nitroger is 0.80 atm. / 5L0»! \O ‘4 met L :: KH;N2, . ((51%st rLO}:LO"““ /L at): ‘flzv/ ”mam W/ M \\ ,/ " 6‘0” W041 mm L Section 13.1 T ‘ “"’”/ es of Solutions: IMF and Solubili .490-495) _ 00994 M14: - 0 x 545 1) Of the solids 12 (s) and KC] (3) ’7 , moi a) Which would be more soluble in water? i ' Dl \ Q . b) Which would be more soluble in CC14 (l)? \ N4 W5; Wh' h 1d b ‘ 9 “’ = C) re wou c more soluble in hexane, C5H14 (l). \ W4" b ’0 fl& ...
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