Posts by chemist
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Find out the molarity of the solution. Then use M1V1 = M2V2, where M is the molarity.
A sample of Compound X is analyzed and found to have a melting point range of 110-120 °C. Would you try to purify it further to get a sharper melting point? Why or why not?
i mean can you explain the reason for the relationship (G = H-TS) and the defn for each
what is the significance of delta H,S,G in thermodynamics
so it is during the reaction process
what is the Q of a rxn?
what is the equilibrium expression for P4(s) +5O2(g)<====>P4O10(s) I think it is 1/[O2]^5 but the answer says [P4010]/[P4][O2]^5
why does C4H10 have a higher BP than C2H6,C3H8, CH4
chemistry -- CHMA11
the chma11 midterm is fast approaching in 2 weeks, june 18. i was just wondering if anyone has previous tests or knows were to find them or samples that could be used for studying..if so could you let me know with some sort of contact that we cud do..or could u post em here or...