ColligativeProperties

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Colligative Properties None of this will be on the exam.
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Colligative Properties pages 446-453 colligative properties – properties that depend on the concentration of solute particles 1. vapor pressure lowering 2. boiling point elevation 3. freezing point depression 4. osmotic pressure
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Vapor Pressure Lowering When a nonvolatile solute is added to a solvent, the amount of solvent that is able to evaporate decreases. Thus the vapor pressure decreases.
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Vapor Pressure Lowering Why is this a colligative property ? In other words, why does the amount that the vapor pressure is lowered depend on the amount of solute?
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Vapor Pressure Lowering
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Vapor Pressure Lowering
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Boiling Point Elevation boiling point elevation – the difference between the boiling point of a liquid in pure state and the boiling point of the liquid in solution which is directly proportional to the number of solute particles in solution • BP is the T at which the VP = P atm Solvents boil at a higher T when there is a solute dissolved in it.
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