Calculate the value of the partition coefficient
At 20°C only 0.24 g of an organic acid "A" dissolves in 100. mL of water, but 2.70 g of the same acid dissolves in 100. mL of ether. Calculate the value of the partition coefficient.
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The addition of thioacetamide to an acidic solution of this compound results in the precipitation of a solid that forms a deep blue solution when added to aqueous NH3. Identify the chemical formula for this compound.
A sample of gas weighs 4.542 grams and has a volume of 870.0 mL at 945.0 torr and 39.0 degrees Celsius. What is its molar mass
An unknown compound contains only C, H, and O. Combustion of 4.40 g of this compound produced 8.79 g of CO2 and 3.60 g of H2O. What is the empirical formula of the unknown compound. CHO
Nitrogen and oxygen form an extensive series of oxides with the general formula NxOy. What is the empirical formula for an oxide that contains 30.44% by mass nitrogen?
Calculate the theoretical yield in grams of the precipitate formed. 3. If the actual yield of the experiment was 90.5 mg, what is the % yield of Ag3PO4
Calculate the potential of a hydrogen ( p= 1.02 atm) electrode in an aqueous solution of HBr (0.05 m ) at 298 K A) assuming ideal solute behavior. B) using the Deby- Huckel equation.
Write down the structure of molecule A, write a balanced equation for these two reactions and give the name of B?
What physical properties affect the rate at which a liquid drains out of a container through a small hole? Explain your answer.
The rate law is : Rate = k [ I-]^a [ BrO3 -]^b [H+]^c Reaction time in run number 1 31 Reaction time in run number 2 31 Reaction time in run number 3 15 Reaction time in run number 4 15 Calculate the following The k in the rate law The activation
When CS2(g) (6.437 mol) and 51.91 grams of H2(g) in a 190.0 L reaction vessel at 983.0 K are allowed to come to equilibrium the mixture contains 1.444 mol of CH4(g). What concentration (mol/L) of CS2(g) reacted? CS2(g)+4H2(g) = CH4(g)+2H2S(g)
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