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Show what Eq. V-7 (for k ) becomes when written in the SI system. Calculate k for 0.05M, 2 2 electrolyte at 25°C using SI units repeat the calculation in the cgs/esu system and show that the result is equivalent. [Pg.215]

Make a calculation to confirm the numerical illustration following Eq. V-42. Show what form the equation takes in the SI system, and repeat the calculation in SI units. Show that the result corresponds to that obtained using cgs/esu units. [Pg.216]

To first order, the dispersion (a-a) interaction is independent of the structure in a condensed medium and should be approximately pairwise additive. Qualitatively, this is because the dispersion interaction results from a small perturbation of electronic motions so that many such perturbations can add without serious mutual interaction. Because of this simplification and its ubiquity in colloid and surface science, dispersion forces have received the most significant attention in the past half-century. The way dispersion forces lead to long-range interactions is discussed in Section VI-3 below. Before we present this discussion, it is useful to recast the key equations in cgs/esu units and SI units in Tables VI-2 and VI-3. [Pg.231]

SI units, 169, 225, 231 SIAM (scanning interferometric apertuieless microscopy), 313 Silanization reaction, 395 Silica [Pg.778]

We will quote a numerical constant in some of these equations to help with actual calculations. The units can be very confusing because it is conventional to use non-SI units for several quantities. The wavenumber value, i>, is usually taken to be in cm The extinction coefficient is conveniently taken in units of 1 moH [Pg.1126]

FIGURE 2 12 Boiling points of unbranched alkanes and their 2 methyl branched iso mers (Temperatures in this text are expressed in de grees Celsius C The SI unit of temperature is the kelvin K To convert degrees Celsius to kelvins add 273 15 ) [Pg.80]

The SI units of frequency are reciprocal seconds (s ) given the name hertz and the symbol Hz m honor of the nineteenth century physicist Heinrich R Hertz The constant of proportionality h is called Planck s constant and has the value [Pg.520]

The SI unit for magnetic field strength is the tesla (T) named after Nikola Tesla a contemporary of Thomas Edison and who like Edison was an inventor of electrical devices [Pg.522]

Frequency (Section 13 1) Number of waves per unit time Although often expressed in hertz (Hz) or cycles per sec ond the SI unit for frequency is s [Pg.1284]

Tesla (Section 13 3) SI unit for magnetic field strength Tetrahedral intermediate (Section 19 14 and Chapter 20) The key intermediate in nucleophilic acyl substitution Formed by nucleophilic addition to the carbonyl group of a car boxyhc acid derivative [Pg.1295]

J (symbol for coupling constant) 538 Japanese National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology 555 Joule (SI unit of energy) 11 [Pg.1315]

Sites of unsaturation See Index of hydrogen deficiency SI units 11 24 [Pg.1323]

The angstrom and bar are approved for temporary use with SI units however, they should not be introduced if not used at present. [Pg.79]

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