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A solution is made by dissolving 0.534 mol of nonelectrolyte solute in 897 g of benzene. Calculate the freezing point, T_f, and boiling point, T_b, of the solution. Constants may be found here. The addition of solute causes a depression in freezing point and an elevation in boiling point according to the equations Delta T_f = K_t times m Delta T_b = K_b times m where Delta T is the change in freezing or boiling point, K is a constant specific to the solvent, m is the molal concentration. Note, molal concentration is sometimes represented as b. Constants may be found here.

A solution is made by dissolving 0.534 mol of nonelectrolyte solute in 897 g of benzene. Calculate the freezing point, T_f, and boiling point, T_b, of the solution. Constants may be found here. The addition of solute causes a depression in freezing point and an elevation in boiling point according to the equations Delta T_f = K_t times m Delta T_b = K_b times m where Delta T is the change in freezing or boiling point, K is a constant specific to the solvent, m is the molal concentration. Note, molal concentration is sometimes represented as b. Constants may be found here.

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18 Nov 2019