IV I II III 027 10 points Solution A contains 1 mole of NaBr dissolved in 1000

Iv i ii iii 027 10 points solution a contains 1 mole

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IV>I>II>III.0271.0 points Sucrose is a non-electrolyte which does notdissociate in water but sodium bromide is astrong electrolyte which dissociates as follows:NaBrNa++ BrTherefore, an equal concentration of aque-ous sodium chloride (A) will have twice thecolligative effect of aqueous sucrose (B). Thecolligative properties are vapor pressure low-ering, freezing point depression, boiling pointelevation and osmotic pressure. 56.50281.0 pointsThe following diagram shows a solution on theleft (dark shade) and just the solvent on theright (light shade) separated by a semiperme-able membrane. Which of the following diagrams best rep-resents the final state of this system afterequilibrium is achieved?
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C. Find the approximate molecular weightof the polymer sample.
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  • Chemistry, Mole, Vapor pressure, Molecule, mol, Amount of substance

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