States of Matter

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Iodine and CO₂ (dry ice)

What are two substances that sublime at 1 atm when heated?

same KE, but PEice<PEwater

How does the KE and PE of ice at 0°C compare to the KE and PE of water at 0°C?

allow for the vapor pressure of water and make sure to level levels

What things should you remember to do when collecting gas over water?

a-IMFs, b-molecular volume

What do the "a" and "b" in Van Der Waal's equation allow for?

ion pairing

Why are i factors (Van't Hoff factors) often less than ideal?

water and substances with (s) less dense than (l)

For what types of substances does the solid/liquid equilibrium line on a phase diagram slope LEFT?

it's lower and occurs over less sharp a range

How does the melting point of a mixture compare to the MP of a pure substance?

Supercooling can occur when cooling a solvent or solution. It occurs when there's a dip and then a rise back up to the melting point on a cooling curve.

When can supercooling occur? What does it look like on a cooling curve?

There's one normal boiling point (1 atm), but many boiling points (P dependent)

How many normal boiling points and boiling points are there?

r₁/r₂=(M₂/M₁)^½
v₁/v₂=(T₁/T₂)^½
E₁/E₂=T₁/T₂

What is the relationship between Rate and Molar Mass for two gases? Velocity and Temperature? Energy and Temperature?

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