By T. R. Crompton
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42) This law, namely that Relative lowering of vapour pressure =I Mole fraction of solute is obeyed, at least approximately, for many solute-solvent systems. There are, however, theoretical reasons for believing that Raoult's law could only be expected to hold for solutions having a heat of dilution of zero, and for which there is no volume change upon mixing the components in the liquid state. Such solutions, which should obey Raoult's law exactly at all concentrations and all temperatures, are called ideal solutions.
F. 6). 8305) and 2 mol of water are produced increasing the volume of electrolyte by 36ml. 07 ml. This electrolyte volume is, of course, recovered during the next charge cycle when the sulphuric acid is regenerated. By definition, the quoted values of AH and 193000 C (2 F) refer to the above reaction in which 1 mol of lead and of lead dioxide react with 2mol of sulphuric acid. 18: 261 25 SP 24L !. e. n F = 3600C. 76) as AH is negative, C will have a positive value. e. 12. We thus have the capacity of this battery based on the molar reaction accompanied by the production of 95 458 cal.
F. 11 for results obtained at 25°C. 7 Heat content changes in the lead-acid cell as a function of cell temperature, temperature coefficient of e m f . e. 15 Thermodynamic calculation of the capacity of a battery 4 79 , , , , , , 1 , , , ! 11 Lead-acid battery. f. and heat cont'ent change (AH) at 25°C or B+ne=Bn- The number of equivalents of chemical action or the number of electrons involved in the reaction is denoted by n (Le. n x F = n x 96500amp-seconds). f. f. (dEldT) are determined In the reaction in which 1mol of lead and lead dioxide react with 2 mol of sulphuric acid to produce 2 mol of lead sulphate and 2mol of water (Le.