Just basically need my answers looked over and checked. Thanks. (a) If we started with 1 mL of 2-propanol and reacted it all to form acetone then approximately how much heat should evolve (use DH°= -117 kJ/mol, and density of 2-propanol= 0.789 g/mL)? Answer:- Molar mass of 2-propanol=60.10 g/mol Density=mass/volume Mass=0.789 x 1=0.789g No. of moles of 2-propanol=0.789/60.10=0.0131moles Heat evolved= 0.0131 x -117= - 1.535 kJ (b) If there were 5 mL of water (density = 1g/mL) mixed with the 1 mL of 2-propanol and all of the propanol formed acetone what is the mole ratio of acetone (Xl, a) and of water (Xl, w) in the liquid product mixture? Answer;- Mass of water= 5g Molar mass of water= 18.016 g/mole No.of moles of water=5/18.016=0.278 moles Molar mass of 2-propanol=60.10 g/mol Mass=0.789 x 1=0.789g No. of moles of 2-propanol=0.789/60.10=0.0131moles mole ratio of acetone (Xl, a) and of water (Xl, w)= 0.278/0.0131=21.19 c) Given the pressure of 765 mm Hg and at an experimental boiling point of the mixture of Tboil = 70° C, we find the vapor pressure of pure water (P°w) from a table to be 233.7 mm Hg. What is the partial pressure of water (Pw) above the mixture at Tboil? Answer:- No.of moles of water=5/18.016=0.278 moles Mole fraction of water= 0.278/21.19= 0.0131 partial pressure of water= vapor pressure of pure water x mole fraction of water = 233.7x0.0131 =3.06mm Hg (d) From part c) what is the partial pressure of acetone (Pa) and what is the mole ratio of acetone in the vapor phase above the mixture at Tboil? Answer:- Vapour pressure of acetone =1191.55mmHg No. of moles of acetone=0.789/60.10=0.0131moles Mole fraction of = 0.0131/21.19=6.181x 10-4 Partial fraction of acetone = 1191.55x6.181x 10-4=0.736mmHg (e) Correspondingly what is the expected mole ratio of the distillate upon collecting the first few drops and does this show more or less concentration of the acetone? Answer:- Mole ratio= mole fraction of acetone/mole fraction of water=6.181x 10-4/0.0131 = 0.047 (f) What would happen to Tboil if we were to do the distillation at the top of a mountain? Answer;- Tboil will be lower at the top of a mountain, where the atmospheric pressure is less.