3 vital cell constituents dissolved in the cell fluid pass through the cell

3 vital cell constituents dissolved in the cell fluid

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3.vital cell constituents dissolved in the cellfluid pass through the cell wall causing thecells to die.4.if nothing can pass through the cell wall,the greater pressure outside than inside causesthe cell to collapse.5.more water passes in through the cell wallthan passes out so the cells swell and burst.01710.0 pointsWhich of the following molecules is most sol-uble in water?1.CCl42.benzene (C6H6)3.CH3CH2CH2CH2CH2CH34.CH3CH2OH5.CH401810.0 pointsWhich of the following has the lowest freezingpoint and the highest boiling point?1.1.0msodium chloride2.1.5mcalcium chloride3.2.0mpotassium chloride
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kamalska (mk23835) – HW02 – Quigley – (104001)44.1.5mmagnesium phosphate5.1.5maluminum nitrate01910.0 pointsA 3.17 g sample of a molecular compound isdissolved in 99 g of tetrachloromethane (car-bon tetrachloride). The normal boiling pointof the solution is 61.51C, the normal boil-ing point of CCl4is 61.2C. The boiling pointconstant for CCl4is 4.95 K·kg/mol. What isthe molar mass of the compound? Answer inunits of g/mol.02010.0 pointsThe vapor pressure of pure CH2Cl2(withmolecular weight 85 g/mol) is 133 torr at0C and the vapor pressure of pure CH2Br2(with molecular weight 174 g/mol) is 11 torrat the same temperature.What is the totalvapor pressure at 0C of a solution preparedfrom equal masses of these two substances?1.144 torr2.93 torr3.3.6 torr4.105 torr5.124 torr6.89 torr7.44 torr8.7.4 torr9.72 torr02110.0 pointsConsider a series of chloride salts (MCl2).As the charge-to-size ratio of M2+(decreases,increases) the hydration energy of M2+(de-creases, increases, does not change) in magni-tude and the crystal lattice energy of MCl2(decreases,increases,may increase or de-crease) in magnitude.1.increases; increases; increases2.increases; increases; decreases3.increases; decreases; decreases4.decreases; increases; increases5.decreases; decreases; increases6.increases; decreases; increases7.increases; does not change; may increaseor decrease02210.0 points78 grams of Na2SO4(with MW 142.04 g/mol)is dissolved in 542 mL of water.What willbe the freezing point of the solution? Assumecomplete dissociation of the salt and idealbehavior of the solution.Kf= 1.86C/m.Answer in units ofC.02310.0 pointsIf you go to the top of a mountain, the amountof carbon dioxide that will dissolve in watershould increase compared to sea level.
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  • Fall '08
  • QUIGLEY
  • Solubility, Vapor pressure, Torr, Van 't Hoff factor

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