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Determine the molecular weight of a compound given the gas phase data: mass of 11.8 g, temperature of 39.1 C, pressure of 630 torr, volume of 1.31 L.
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The reaction is first-order in N2O5, with the specific rate constant 6.08 x 10-4/s. Calculate the reaction rate at these conditions. a. [N2O5] = 0.200 mol/L b. [N2O5] = 0.319
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When 157mg of dipentylamine was added to 122mg of benzoic acid and 2 mL of water, a completey homogenous solution was formed. Draw the structures of the species present in w
Federal regulations limit the concentration of Lead in drinking water to 15 ppb. It is discovered that some water had lead levels of 6.4x10^-5 M. what is the concentration o
I am actually encompassing problems in understanding stoichiometry. I 'm a bit baffled on how to solve problems such as, finding the number of moles as well as other related
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