Horvath Practice Problems 143

Horvath Practice Problems 143 - temperature versus mole...

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the energy of interaction between solvent molecules the net entropy gain or loss due to dissolution. Liquid-liquid solutions The speci f c factors involved in the mixing of liquids The interaction energy between the solute molecules The interaction energy between the solvent molecules The interaction energy between a solvent molecule and a solute molecule the net entropy gain or loss due to dissolution We can draw a phase diagram that captures the behavior of liquid-liquid mixtures. Rather than a pressure versus temperature graph we now use
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Unformatted text preview: temperature versus mole fraction. Liquid-gas solutions The speci f c factors involved in the mixing of liquids The interaction energy between the gas molecule and the solvent molecule The interaction energy between the solvent molecules The entropy loss by dissolving the gas in the liquid. Notice that dissolving a gas in a liquid is entropically unfavor-able. This means that gases dissolve better at low temperatures than at high temperatures. 142 HOMOGENEOUS SOLUTIONS...
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