Organic 2 Review Problem 549

Organic 2 Review Problem 549 - 16 13*5 25 23-6 TABLE III....

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534 Antimony Arsenic Barium Bromine Calcium Carbon Chlorine Chromium Copper Hydrogen Iodine Iron Lead Magnesium TABLE I. ATOMIC WEIGHTS. Symbol Sb As Ba Br Ca C Cl Cr Cu H I Fe Pb Mg At. Wt. 12176 74-91 79-92 40-08 I2-OO 35'4^ 52'OI O^'S? I'OOS 126-92 55^4 24-32 Manganese Mercury Nitrogen Oxygen Phosphorus Platinum Potassium Silver Sodium Strontium Sulphur Tin Zinc Symbol Mn Hg N O P Pt K Ag Na Sr S Sn Zn At. Wt. 54*93 200-61 14-01 16-00 31-02 I95-23 39-10 107-88 23-00 87-63 32-06 11870 65-38 TABLE II. VAPOUR PRESSURE (p) OF WATER AT VARIOUS TEMPERATURES (t). t ( 0 C) p (mm.) t ( 0 C) p (mm.) 8 8-0 I? 14-4 9 8-6 18 I5-4 IO 9-2 19 16-3 Ii 9-8 20 17-4 12 10-5 21 18-5 13 II'Z 22 197 14 11-9 23 20-9 15 12-7 24 22'2
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Unformatted text preview: 16 13*5 25 23-6 TABLE III. CONVERSION FACTORS FOR GRAVIMETRIC ANALYSIS. Sought. C H Cl Br I S CH 8 O Weighed CO 8 H 2 O AgCl AgBr AgI BaSO 4 AgI Factor. 0-2727 o-ing 0-2474 0-4256 0-5406 0-1374 0-1321 Log. of Factor 1-4357 1-0488 1*3934 1-6290 1-7329 1-1379 1-1209 The factor represents the fraction by weight of the element sought (Column i) in the final compound weighed (Column 2), e.g., the weight of carbon in x g. of carbon dioxide i» therefore O'2727# g....
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