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1A_Lecture_13 - Vapor Pressure Student Question Suppose you...

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Chapter 17: Properties of Solutions Student Question Vapor Pressure Suppose you mix 5.00 g of benzoic acid with 4.00 g mandelic acid. What is the wt % of mandelic acid in benzoic acid? A. 55.55 wt % B. 55.6 wt % C. 44.44 wt % D. 44.4 wt % E. None of the above 1
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Chapter 17: Properties of Solutions Student Question Vapor Pressure Suppose you mix 5.00 g of benzoic acid (122.12 g/mol) with 4.00 g mandelic acid (152.15 g/ mol). What is the mol % of mandelic acid in benzoic acid? A. 39.10 mol % B. 39.1 mol % C. 35.78 mol % D. 35.8 mol % E. None of the above 2
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Solubility The lines show the saturation level of a solution at a given temperature. If a solution has a solubility that results in a point above the line, then the solution is considered to be supersaturated. However, if a solution has a solubility that results in a point under the line, then the solution is considered unsaturated. 3
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