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Concept Map h DNCB + 2 Pip → DNPP + Pip:HCl V = − d[DNCB]/dt = k1[DNCB][Pip] Physical Chemistry Lab RCOOH + R’OH ⇌ RCOOR’ + H2O Anode P E M Cathode
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Physical Chemistry Lab Density and statistical analysis of data Viscosity Kinetics Fuel Cells Binary phase diagrams Combinatorial Chemistry Separation of a Mixture
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Error Analysis Std. Deviation Std. Error of the Mean Confidence Limits Propagation of error F(x,y) = x + y or F(x,y) = x - y Variances for x & y add F(x,y) = xy Or F(x,y) = x/y Relative variances add Types Systemati c Model Random 1 - = N x σ x ± ̄ tασx ̄ 2 2 2 y x F + = 2 2 2 + = y x F y x F
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h Viscosit y Units Measuremen t Significance Theory Ideal Mixtures Toluene- p-Xylene Fluidity Additive Ostwald Viscometer Real Intermolecula rInteractions Activation Energy Arrheniu s Eqn QC Metric Diffusion depends upon Methan ol-Water Poise Pa-s
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Rate Laws Kinetics A + B → C + D DNCB + 2Pip → DNPP + Pip.HCl Rxn Rates
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course CHEM 356 taught by Professor Rowell during the Summer '10 term at Drexel.

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