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◦C.It has a boiling point el-evation constant of 5.24◦C/mand a freezingpoint depression constant of 7◦C/m, both ex-pressed in units of◦C and molality. A solutionof an unknown solute dissolved in nitroben-zene boils at 218◦C. At what temperature in◦C, should this solution freeze? Assume thatthe solute is not volatile and does not ionizeand does not associate in the solution. HINT:You can save a LOT of calculation if you thinkcarefully about the problem before you begincalculations.F. Supposeyou wanted to accomplish the same thing withsugar (sucrose, C12H22O11) instead of ethy-lene glycol.How many kilograms of sucrosewould you use? 1 gallon = 3.785 liters.