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  AllRefer.com - equivalent weight (Chemistry) - Encyclopedia
The equivalent weight of an element or radical is equal to its atomic weight or formula weight divided by the valence it assumes in compounds.
The unit of equivalent weight is the atomic mass unit; the amount of a substance in grams numerically equal to the equivalent weight is called a gram equivalent.
Iron (atomic weight 55.847) has an equivalent weight of 27.924 in ferrous compounds (valence 2) and 18.616 in ferric compounds (valence 3).
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The weight of that unit known as a mole would be equivalent to the atomic or molecular weight of the atom or molecule in grams.
The atomic weight of sodium is 23 and the atomic weight of chlorine is 35.
An equivalent weight is the same as molar mass but with an adjustment for the number of moles of hydrogen, electrons or univalent cations furnished or combined with by the reacting substance.
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 Equivalent weight - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Equivalent weight is the atomic weight of an element or radical divided by the valence it assumes in a chemical compound.
When choosing primary standards in analytical chemistry, compounds with higher equivalent weights are generally more desirable because weighing errors are reduced or minimized.
The equivalent weight of a substance may be defined as that weight of it which will react with or produce one mole of hydrogen.
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 Etherington & Roberts. Dictionary--equivalent weight   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Equivalent weights are in direct proportion to the areas of single sheets.
In chemistry, equivalent weight is one of the comparative weights of different compounds, elements, or radicals which possess the same chemical value for reaction when compared by reference to the same standard (usually oxygen, i.e., 8).
In an acid, the equivalent weight is the quantity which would yield one gram ionic weight of hydrogen ion (1.008 g.), while in a base, it is the quantity which would yield one gram ionic weight of hydroxyl ion (17.008 g.).
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 Equivalent Weight
By definition one equivalent (or equivalent weight) of a substance is the amount of that substance which supplies or consumes one mol of reactive species.
In order to determine the equivalent weight of a substance you must know something about the reaction but it does not have to be balanced.
Equivalents can help in the analysis of a substance when the balanced reaction is not known or cannot be written for whatever reason; because one equivalent always reacts with one equivalent.
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 MILLIEQUIVALENTS
Since the dissociation of one mole of hydrochloric acid yields one equivalent of hydrogen and one equivalent of chloride, the equivalent weight is equal to the gram molecular weight of hydrochloric acid.
Thus the equivalent weight of sulfuric acid is one-half the gram molecular weight of sulfuric acid.
An osmol is the weight of a chemical substance dissolved in one liter of water that exerts an osmotic pressure equal to that exerted by a gram-molecular weight of an unionized substances dissolved in one liter of water.
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 AllRefer.com - molecular weight (Chemistry) - Encyclopedia
The molecular weight may be calculated from the molecular formula of the substance; it is the sum of the atomic weights of the atoms making up the molecule.
The molecular weights of substances that are not normally gaseous and do not evaporate without decomposition are sometimes determined from their effects on the melting point, boiling point, vapor pressure, or osmotic pressure of some solvent (see colligative properties).
The number-average molecular weight determined by the ultracentrifuge method gives a value that is equal to the weight of the sample divided by the number of molecules in the sample.
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 Chemistry - Printer-friendly - MSN Encarta
Chemists sometimes use percent to indicate concentration, and by convention indicate whether the percent is by weight or volume.
A 10 percent solution of sodium chloride is thought of as 10 weight units of salt in 90 weight units of water.
Molecular weight is derived by summing the atomic weights of the atoms composing a molecule.
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 equivalent weight - HighBeam Encyclopedia
equivalent weight The equivalent weight of an element or radical is equal to its atomic weight or formula weight divided by the valence it assumes in compounds.
The unit of equivalent weight is the atomic mass unit ; the amount of a substance in grams numerically equal to the equivalent weight is called a gram equivalent.
The sulfate radical (SO) has formula weight 106.062 and always has valence 2 in compounds, so its equivalent weight is 53.031.
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 Equivalent (chemistry) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The equivalent (Eq or eq) is a reasonably common measurement unit used in chemistry and the biological sciences.
Hence, the equivalent weight of a given substance is effectively equal to the amount of substance in moles, divided by the valence of the substance.
In practice, the equivalent weight often has a very small magnitude, so it is frequently described in terms of milliequivalents (mEq or meq) -- the prefix milli denoting that the measure is divided by 1000.
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 Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1937 - Presentation Speech
When the Nobel Prize in Chemistry was distributed for the second time, in the year 1902, it was awarded to the scientist of genius Emil Fischer, in recognition of his investigations partly concerning sugars and partly relating to caffeine and substances allied thereto.
Further, the weight of the atoms of the different elements, expressed for instance in relation to the atom of hydrogen, has long been known, the hydrogen atom being the lightest of all the elements.
It is likewise possible to determine the weight of a particle, or molecule, of a compound, expressed in the same measure.
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 Units: E
One equivalent weight of an element, compound, or ion is the weight in grams of that substance which would react with or replace one gram of hydrogen.
Since one gram of hydrogen is very nearly equal to one mole and since hydrogen has one electron free to react with other substances, 1 Eq of a substance is effectively equal to one mole divided by the valence of the substance (the number of electrons the substance would engage in participating in the reaction).
Equivalently, one erg is the kinetic energy of a mass of 2 grams moving at a velocity of 1 cm/sec.
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 equivalent definition - Dictionary - MSN Encarta
That's equivalent to the amount of energy needed to power a single light bulb.
mathematics logic in equivalence relation: describes members of a set that are in a reflexive, symmetrical, and transitive relation with each other
He's the Italian equivalent of a district attorney.
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 Equivalence relation - Article from FactBug.org - the fast Wikipedia mirror site
Equivalence relations are often used to group together objects that are similar in some sense.
Every equivalence relation on X defines a partition of X into subsets called equivalence classes: all elements equivalent to each other are put into one class.
If an equivalence relation ~ on X is given, then the set of all its equivalence classes is the quotient set of X by ~ and is denoted by X/~.
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] The atomic weight of an element expressed in grams, that is, the atomic weight on a scale on which the atomic weight of carbon-12 isotope is taken as 12 exactly.
] The equivalent weight of an element or compound expressed in grams on a scale in which carbon-12 has an equivalent weight of 3 grams in those compounds in which its formal valence is 4.
] The molecular weight of compound expressed in grams, that is, the molecular weight on a scale on which the atomic weight of carbon-12 isotope is taken as 12 exactly.
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 Carolina Biological: Chemistry: Solution Preparation
In acid-base chemistry, an equivalent is the mass of chemical that donates or accepts one mole of protons.
To prepare a 1 N solution of sulfuric acid, slowly add 0.5 gram formula weight of sulfuric acid to a clean 1-L volumetric flask and fill to the mark with distilled or deionized water.
In redox chemistry, an equivalent is the mass of chemical that donates or accepts one mole of electrons.
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 Chemistry 103 Notes
One of the scientist, Berthollet's believed it was the latter but Joseph Louis Proust (1754 - 1826), who fled to Spain to avoid the revolution believed Berthollet was wrong and that the elements did combine in fixed and definite proportions, independent of the method of preparation.
His "Second Law of Electrolysis" was that the weight of metal liberated by a given quantity of electricity is proportional to the equivalent weight of the metal.
Faraday was never happy with this idea and it was not until the end of the 19th century that the "atoms of electricity" were identified as electrons.
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The atomic weight of sodium (Na) is 23.
The gram equivalent weight is equal to the molecular weight expressed as grams divided by the ‘valency’ of the solute.
Thus the electromechanical equivalent Z of a substance is defined as the amount of substance in grams liberated at any electrode when one coulomb charge is passed through an electrolyte.
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 Course Descriptions for Chemistry and Biochemistry, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
This first semester general chemistry course is organized around the physical and chemical properties of matter.
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Chemistry is the science of matter, its structure, chemical reactivity and properties, and the transformations it undergoes.
It is often called "the central science" because it is concerned with the fundamental energy or forces that hold matter together studied in physics and the molecular systems and characteristics of the complex organisms studied in biology (see physics, biology).
Consequently, chemistry includes the study of microscopic phenomena, such as clusters of atoms and their characteristics on the nanometre scale, and macroscopic phenomena, such as the interaction of proteins and DNA in complex solutions and the properties of new materials
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