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Chapter 11 Properties of Solutions
11.1 Solution Composition
A. Molarity
1.
Molarity( M ) =
moles solute
liters of solution
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mass of solute
1.
Mass percent =
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mass of solution
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Chapter 6
The Lagrangian Method
Copyright 2007 by David Morin, [email protected] (draft version)
In this chapter, were going to learn about a whole new way of looking at things. Consider
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4
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Solution 4.1
4.1.1 The values of the signals are as follows:
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Selected Solutions for Chapter 2:
Getting Started
Solution to Exercise 2.2-2
S EL ECTION -S ORT.A/
n D A: length
for j D 1 to n 1
smallest D j
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if Ai < Asmallest
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Microelectronics: Circuit Analysis and Design, 4th edition
Chapter 5
By D. A. Neamen
Problem Solutions
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Chapter 5
5.1
(a) i E = (1 + )i B 1 + =
325
= 116 = 115
2.8
115
=
= 0.9914
1 + 116
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CHAPTER
4
Making Solutions
Good solution making is an important skill for scientists because having
properly made solutions is critically important to the success of any
experiment. Solution m
Chapter 4 Solutions
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Chapter 7
7.7 At a certain location along the ITCZ, the surface wind at 10 N is blowing
from the eastnortheast (ENE) from a compass angle of 60 at a speed of
8 m s1 and the wind at 7 N is blowing from the southsoutheast (SSE)
(150 ) at a speed of 5 m s1 .