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Cindy Nguyen LARC Chem 1B: Week 5 W’08 Professor King Phase Diagram Consider the following phase diagram for substance X: A. What phase(s) is (are) present at point A? B. Which point corresponds to the critical point? C. What curve corresponds to conditions at which the solid and gas are at equilibrium? D. Describe what happens when you start at point A and increase the temperature at constant pressure. E. Describe what happens when you start at point H and decrease the pressure at constant temperature.
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Unformatted text preview: G. Is liquid X more or less dense than solid X? Stoichiometry Consider the following chemical reaction: A + 2B 3C + 4D 1) How many grams of D will be formed from 20.5 grams of A? 2) 10.0 grams of A is allowed to react with 10.0 grams of B. How many moles of C and D will be made? 3) What is the number of molecules of C produced from 25.0 grams of B? Substance Molar Mass (g/mol) A 20.0 B 40.0 C 60.0 D 80.0 Cindy Nguyen LARC Chem 1B: Week 5 W08 Professor King Ch. 11 Phase Diagrams & Ch. 3: Stoichiometry...
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course CHEM 1B taught by Professor King during the Winter '08 term at UC Irvine.

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