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For problems #4 and #5, use the following expression for the water potential in a dilute solution (Earn the previous homework): "H10 =hzo RTx.ub...

Finding Maxwell Relations for water potential in dilute solutions.

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For problems #4 and #5, use the following expression for the water potential in a dilute solution (Earn the
previous homework):
“H10 =flhzo —RTx.ubfl + (Ia—E: ”In
Here, the concentration of solute in an aqueous solution is defined as:
thne x 5
”ma + Mm This type of concentration is called the “mole fraction” of the solute. and for dilute solutions. arm is
much smaller than one. 5. A) Find a Maxwell's relation for(aymflfaflm )mwm 7 B) Using your answer in (A), show that the chemical potential of the solute M in dilute
aqueous solution can be written as: #:due =FLa-u + Rflmxm _xmfle)
a: p11.” + RT In 3m
where “.1945!!! is a reference chemical potential that is independent of solute concentration.

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