|Mar25-05, 06:03 AM||#1|
Vapor Density: 1.3
For a solution It says; VAPOR DENSITY: 1.3
Is VAPOR DENSITY the same as Density of that solution? And what is the unit of 1.3?
Hope for inputs.
|Mar26-05, 02:45 AM||#2|
Vapor density of 1.3 means, in my opinion, that this solution has 1.3 times more of that molecule in the gas phase than the solution in the equilibrium.
|Mar28-05, 10:36 PM||#3|
Vapor density refers to the density of a vapor, in units such as g/m^3 or kg/m^3. Since you don't indicate any units, I think it means something different here. I found this URL:
According to that convention, your solution would produce a vapor with a density 1.3 times that of air. What IS the solution? Do you know?
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