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SCAN0026 - 3 boiling point 4 osmotic pressure 1 Changes in...

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Unformatted text preview: 3. boiling point 4. osmotic pressure 1. Changes in vapor pressure: The vapor pressure over a solution is lower than the vapor pressure of a pure \solvent. The vapor pressure of the solvent, PSOIV is proportional‘to xso‘iv- This is covered by Raoult’s Law Psélv = x30” °801V Where Posolv is the pure solvent equilibrium vapor pressure Raoult’s is for ideal solutions which have solvent-solute interactions the same as the solvent-solvent interactions. 2. Freezing Point Depression: ATfsztbmsolute Kfp : freezing point depression constant in degrees per molal ATfp — Negative in value. - So that the temperature is decreased. 3. Boiling Point Elevation: Apr=Kbpmsolute Kbp = boiling point elevation constant in degrees per molal Apr — Positive in value. — So that the temperature is increased. Oh, but wait. . ..there is the van’t Hoff factor. . ...if the molality is for an ionic compound that will dissociate, you need to consider the number of ions produced and multiply the molality by that number of ions. ATfszfpmsolutei Aprzl<bp1nsolutei where ‘i’ is the van’t Hoff factor. Most often “i” is experimentally determined and is slightly less than a whole number. ...
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