OUTLINE OF CHAPTER 11

OUTLINE OF CHAPTER 11 - We start with (Oh surprise!) Why we...

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OUTLINE OF CHAPTER 11 SOLUTE PARTITION Starting Point (looks familiar??? where is this coming from?) We define as partition coefficient of a solute between two liquid phases as Now, and Then Æ Thus given info on activity coefficients K is known…
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OSMOTIC PRESSURE Two cells ( at different pressures ) separated by a membrane that only allows solvent to pass. One cell has pure solvent, the other has solvent + solute
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Unformatted text preview: We start with (Oh surprise!) Why we do not write the same for the solute? The system is not at the same pressure, so why do we write the condition anyway? Here is why Then where Then But OR Now using Then But liquid assumed incompressible( ) Then For small concentrations we have: But Also Then A very useful formula...
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