0 M sugar solution When the system comes to equilibrium 1 all of the water will

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100 mL of a 1.0 M sugar solution. When thesystem comes to equilibrium,1.all of the water will be in the sugar solu-tion.2.the beaker with the sugar solution willhave a larger volume.correct3.the beaker with the salt solution will havea larger volume.4.the two beakers will have identical vol-umes.5.all of the water will be in the salt solu-tion.Explanation:Both liquids will evaporate and condensefrom each beaker.The chamber will cometo equilibrium when the two beakers havethe same concentration (same vapor pres-sure).The salt solution will become moreconcentrated (lower volume) and the sugar so-lution will become less concentrated (highervolume).01610.0 points
gonzales (pag757) – Homework #2 – Holcombe – (52460) 5Which of the following two solutions willachieve the greatest boiling point increase andwhat will the new temperature be?AssumethatKb= 0.52C/m for water. Explanation: First calculate the molality of each solution, which is mol solute per kg solvent. To do this, you will need to convert from mass to mols, using molar mass. Remember also that i = 2 for NaCl and i = 1 for sucrose. Using Δ T = imK b you will find that Δ T = 0 . 32 C for the sucrose solution and 1.25 for the salt solution, which means the boiling point of the salt solution will be 101.25 C. 01710.0 points30.2 g of glycerine (C3H8O3) are dissolved in150 g of water. What is the boiling point ofthe solution? (C.What is the molality of the solution? Assumethat there is no dissociation of the solute andthatkfis 1.68 K·kg/mol. 3. 3.44 m 4. 0.995 m 5. 0.497 m correct Explanation: 019 10.0 points An aqueous solution freezes at - 5 . 44
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