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(3 points) What assumptions are used to create the ideal gas model (PV=nRT)?
Volume of molecules is not significant vs. volume occupied by the gas
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b) 6,5 x 10-10 mol/L
pH = 9,19
c) 1,0 x 10-4 mol/L
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Name:
(3 points) What assumptions are used to create the ideal gas model (PV=nRT)?
Volume of molecules is not significant vs. volume occupied by the gas
There are no intermolecular interactions other than inelastic collisions.
(3 points) What assumpt

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