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Unformatted text preview: V1 = P2V2 T1 T2 Dalton's Law of partial pressures Ptot = P1 + P2 + P3 + ...... o PA = XA Ptot where XA= moles of A total moles NONE CH11 (Intermolecular forces): Different types and relative strengths o IM force; boiling point of pure substance o IM force; viscositye of pure substance o IM force; surface tension of pure substance o IM force; vapor pressure of pure substance phase change problems o T; use H = m x s x T o phase; use H = Hphase transition x (quantity) o combine H from all steps CH13 (Solutions & Colligative Props): Colligative Properties Concentration units PA = XA PoA (Raoult's Law) o % by mass T= iKm (fp dep. and bp elev) o ppm and ppb = iMRT (osmotic pressure) o molarity (M) o o molality (m) mole fraction (XA)...
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