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CHM1046 U02B 1205 - Shared screen with speaker view - Recording 1/2
Elaine Guevara
49:18
that’s cool
Camila Diaz
01:03:07
Yes, it helps to do sample questions
Gustavo Granados
01:03:08
Is the 0.08206 a constant?
Abraham Ruiz
01:03:23
Yes
Elaine Guevara
01:03:34
where did u get the pressure number ?
Danae
01:03:59
The pressure is the answer
Danae
01:04:25
you had to use the osmotic pressure equation which uses the molarity, constant, and temperature
Hermes Bonilla
01:04:34
I think she means the gas constant
Hermes Bonilla
01:05:02
if you mean the gas constant: it’s a value that you can find on a unit sheet
Hermes Bonilla
01:05:23
formula*
Elaine Guevara
01:05:31
ty
Danae
01:05:36
Ohh its just a given constant that you have to know, we learned it in chem 1, if you dont know of it I would look up an equation sheet for chem and it’ll probably be on there
Katie Kauffman
01:07:14
Yeah its cutting out a lot
Jose
01:08:11
where do u get 273 from
Jose
01:08:23
it is the one you add 25 to
Hermes Bonilla
01:08:49
that’s the conversion that you have to do with Kelvins
Kimberly Mofford
01:08:51
K= C+273
Hermes Bonilla
01:08:58
^
Jose
01:09:07
Thank you
Kimberly Mofford
01:09:10
So 25C+273= 298K
Kimberly Mofford
01:09:11
np!
Osbel Hernandez
01:41:50
L
Gustavo Granados
01:52:07
omg
Osbel Hernandez
01:52:11
Mute yourself
Diana Rodriguez
01:52:32
professor u can mute them
Gustavo Granados
01:52:33
MUTE
Nicholas Lobato
01:58:23
The R in the equation is a constant correct
Osbel Hernandez
01:58:35
yes
Elaine Guevara
02:05:03
1 atm over what?
Nicholas Lobato
02:05:06
when getting kelvin do u add or sub from 275
Cynthia Cabral Bonilla
02:05:16
1/760
Nicholas Lobato
02:05:21
Nvm add
Gustavo Granados
02:27:54
Thank you!