GENERAL CHEMISTRY LAB C126 FLASHCARDS

GENERAL CHEMISTRY LAB C126 FLASHCARDS - endothermic Formula...

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GENERAL CHEMISTRY LAB C126 FLASHCARDS Molality, m Moles solute/ kg solvent Constant m Molality of solution Pressure relationship for a solid in a liquid No dependence Pressure relationship for a gas in a liquid Greater P, greater S exothermic Temperature relationship for a solid in a liquid No set relationship Temperature relationship for a gas in a liquid Greater T, smaller S Colligative properties are ____ Dependent on the number of particles present Colligative properties examples Freezing point, boiling point, vapor pressure, osmotic pressure Forming bonds is an ____process exothermic Molarity, M Moles solute/ L solution endothermic Mole fraction, X Moles of a component divided by total moles of all components Breaking bonds is an ____process
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Unformatted text preview: endothermic Formula for a primitive cubic unit cell 2r =s Conversion for to cm 1 cm / 1x Formula for a body-centered cubic unit cell 4r=s Formula for a face-centered cubic unit cell 4r=s Relationship between boiling point and Molarity The more particles Xs concentration, the higher the boiling point # of atoms in each cubic unit cell Primitive 1 Body-centered 2 Face-centered 4 Weight-volume % (g of solute/mL of solution) X 100 Volume % (mL of solute/ mL of solution) X 100 Weight % (g of solute/ g of solution) X 100 Cg=kPg Cg = solubility of the gas Pg = partial pressure of the gas K = a constant density g of solution/ mL solution...
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2012 for the course CHEM 4385 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Texas State.

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