Factors that effect the rate of solution?
Grinding the solute,
Mixing the solute in solvent,
Stirring the solvent,
raise temperature of the solvent or solution.
When the dissolving rate equals the rate at which molecules comes out of solution the solution is in?
The rate of reaction basically depends on the product of charges of ions present in a solution. Since the compounds dissociate in a solution and forms cations and anions, so their product matters a lot. If the product of charges is positive ( i.e. one ion is +1 and other is +4 = +4 ), then the rate of reaction will increase automatically, higher the product faster will be the rate. Similarly, if the product…
What are the factors and their effect which determines the rate at which sediments are deposited in quiet water?
THERE ARE MANY FACTORS DEPENDING UPON THE TYPE OF ANALYSIS such as column length, flow rate, gradient shape, temperature and buffer pH Resolution depends not only on the column, but also on the mobile phase composition and flow-rate, the gradient rate and the size and composition of the peptides themselves.
Factors that influence rate of diffusion The rate of diffusion depends on the concentration difference across the two sides of the membrane. The rate depends on the permeability of the plasma membrane to the diffusing substance. The rate of diffusion depends on the temperature of the solution. The rate of diffusion through a membrane is also directly proportional to the surface area of the membrane, which can be increased by such adaptations as microvilli. the…
What would be the effect of carrying out the sodium iodide in acetone reaction with the alkyhalides using an iodide solution half as concentrated?
A reaction with alkyl halides in NaI with acetone is by the Sn2 mechanism. The rate for an Sn2 mechanism is directly proportional to the concentration of the nucleophile: rate = k[nucleophile][alkylhalide] If the iodine solution (the nucleophile) is half as concentrated, then the rate will also be halved. rate = k [nucleophile]/2 [alkyl halide]