1 edition of Molecular properties found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Douglas Henderson.|
|Series||Physical chemistry, an advanced treatise. v. 4|
|Contributions||Henderson, Douglas, 1934- ed.|
|LC Classifications||QD453 .P55 vol. 4, QD471 .P55 vol. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 832 p.|
|Number of Pages||832|
|LC Control Number||75027759|
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68 CHAPTER 5. COLLIGATIVE PROPERTIES where X i is the mole fraction of polymer with molecular weight M more conveniently rewrite X i in terms of concentration: X i = c iV M i ρV M A + P i c iV M i ≈ c iM A ρM i () where c i is the concentration in weight/unit volume (e.g., g/cm3) of polymer with molecular weight i.
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The change of one type of matter into another type (or the inability to change) is a chemical property. Examples of chemical properties include flammability, toxicity, acidity, and many other types of reactivity.
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Types of Polymers An alternative way of expressing the molecular weight is by the weight average, K., which can be computed by summing up the contribution (as mea- sured by the weight fraction w,) of each molecular species i and its molecularFile Size: 1MB.1) Production of R11 or CFC was halted by the clean air act on January 1, 2) Production of R12 or CFC (Dichlorodifluoromethane) was halted by the clean air act on January 1, 3) R22 or HCFC is a single component HCFC refrigerant with low ozone depletion potential.
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