Chemistry (Gas Laws)

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Section 1

Question Answer
Li+, Na+,K+, and NH4+Soluble with no exceptions
NO3- and C2H3O2-No Exceptions and Soluble
Cl-, Br-, and I-Soluble with some exceptions
SO4-Some exceptions and Soluble
OH- and S2-Insoluble with a frick ton of exceptions
(CO3)2- and (PO4)3-Insoluble with some exceptions

Section 2

Question Answer
Gas FormulaPV = nRT
Mole Fraction or Xn of solute / (n of the total)
Partial PressureP(part) = X(part)P(total)
Molarity(mol)/L OR (n of solute)/(V of solution)
Molality(mol)/kg OR (n of solute)/(m of solvent in kg)
Henry's LawS(gas) = K(gas)P(gas)
Solute minority component
Solventmajority component
Temperature in KelvinDegrees Celcius + 273.15
Kinetic Energy3RT/2
Parts by mass(m of solute)/(m of solution)
Non Ideal Gas Law[P + a(n/V)^2][V-nb] = nRT
Parts per million by massppm or 10^6
Parts per billion by massppb or 10^8
Parts by volume (%, ppm, ppb)(V of solute)/(V solution) x multiplication factor
P(total)Pa + Pb OR XaPa + XbPb
Change in T(freezing pt)m (molality) x Kf
Change in T(boiling pt)m (molality) x Kb
Osmotic PressureM (Molarity) x RT

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