RT Book, Section
A1 Sandmann, Beverly J.
A1 Al-Achi, Antoine
A1 Greenwood, Robert
A2 Mobley, W. Cary
A2 Amiji, Mansoor M.
A2 Cook, Thomas J.
SR Print(0)
ID 1163540052
T1 Physical Properties of Solutions
T2 Applied Physical Pharmacy, 3e
YR 2019
FD 2019
PB McGraw-Hill Education
PP New York, NY
SN 9781260452211
LK accesspharmacy.mhmedical.com/content.aspx?aid=1163540052
RD 2020/08/13
AB Learning ObjectivesAfter completing this chapter, the reader should be able to:Define and classify liquid systems on the basis of their physical properties.List the identification terms, symbols, and definitions of common concentration expressions.Clearly understand each concentration expression.Solve problems by utilizing concentration expressions and convert from one concentration unit to another.Define and demonstrate an understanding of the colligative properties of nonelectrolyte and electrolyte solutions.Calculate the molecular weight of a solute from any of the colligative properties.Recognize the significance of Liso and ΔTf.Calculate osmolarity from concentration and vice versa.Show familiarity with the physiologic implications of colligative properties.Define an isotonic solution.Perform the calculations for preparing an isotonic solution.Use the appropriate tables to find freezing point depression values of solutions, sodium chloride equivalent values, and Sprowls’ values.