1. Homework Statement
What's the energy for transfer from
ε=1 to water with r=2.5Å
ε=1 to water with r=5Å.
2. Homework Equations
ΔG = (1/2)*(Z^2/r)*[(1/e1)-(1/e2)]
3. The Attempt at a Solution
ΔG = (1/2)*(Z^2/2.5)*[(1/80)-(1/1)]
However, I am stuck on the Z variable...
Hm. If I use that formula I would need to use 0.001g of NaCl per 1kg of water to get a 0.1% solution.
(0.001g/1kg)*(100) = 0.1%
So to make 1 liter of 0.1% NaCl I need 0.001g of NaCl?
The 1.8 dissociation constant was given.
How much would the the NaCl grams of a 0.1% solution be then?
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Not sure if this belong in the Homework section. Put it here since it's not homework.
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Re: Term Paper: "Is the brain immunologically privileged?"
Yes, the paper is basically about the BBB.
That's actually a great topic. I was also thinknig about talking how Alzhimer's and some other diseases are involved wit the breakdown of the BBB.
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