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# Calculate the freezing point of a water solution at each concentration.(a) 0.100m(b) ISBN: 9780321910295 34

## Solution for problem 102P Chapter 13

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Problem 102P

Calculate the freezing point of a water solution at each concentration.

(a) 0.100m

(b) 0.469m

(c) 1.44 m

(d) 5.89 m

Step-by-Step Solution:

We have to calculate the  freezing point of a water solution at each concentration.

Step 1

(a) 0.100m

Molarity of solution = 0.100 m Tf = (molarity) (1.86 oC kg/mol) Tf = (0.100m) (1.86 oC kg/mol) = 0.2oC

Hence Tf = 0-0.2 oC = -0.2 oC

Thus the freezing point of water is -0.2 oC

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##### ISBN: 9780321910295

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