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Simple Distillation - Simple Distillation Trial 1(Relative...

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Simple Distillation: Trial 1: (Relative Response Factors) For component A: 34173 x 1 = 34173 For component B: 7414 x 1.031 =7643.834 = 7643.83 (Percentage of each component in the mixture) For component A: 34173/ (34173+7643.83)x100= 81.7% For component B: 7643.83/ (34173+7643.83)x100= 18.28% = 18.3% (Total Volume) For component A: 0.817x10ml= 8.17ml For component B: 0.183x10ml= 1.83ml (#of moles in the sample) For component A: (8.17x0.77g/mol)/84.16g/mol=0.0747mlx For component B: (1.83x0.703g/mol)/114.23g/mol=0.011mlx Trial 2: (Relative Response Factors) For component A: 39067 x 1= 39067 For component B: 7624 x 1.031 =7860.3 (Percentage of each component in the mixture) For component A: 39067/ (39067+7860.3)x100= 83.3% For component B: 7860.3/ (39067+7860.3)x100= 16.7% (Total Volume) For component A: 0.833x10ml= 8.33ml For component B: 0.167x10ml= 1.67ml (#of moles in the sample) For component A: (8.33x0.77g/mol)/84.16g/mol= 0.076mlx For component B: (1.67x0.703g/mol)/114.23g/mol= 0.102mlx Trial 3: (Relative Response Factors) For component A: 31331x1= 31331 For component B: 17784 x 1.031 =28335.3 (Percentage of each component in the mixture) For component A: 31331/ (31331+28335.3)x100= 52.5% For component B: 28335.3/ (28335.3+31331)x100= 47.5% (Total Volume) For component A: 0.525x10ml= 5.25ml For component B: 0.475x10ml= 4.75ml (#of moles in the sample) For component A: (5.25x0.77g/mol)/84.16g/mol= 0.0480mlx
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