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# Osmotic pressure (Os) is a colligative property, for which the relevant equation is Os = MRT If a solution is both 0.0010 M NaCl and 0.

Osmotic pressure (πOs) is a colligative property, for which the relevant equation is

πOs = MRT

If a solution is both 0.0010 M NaCl and 0.0011 M MgCl2, what is the relevant value of M (in M) in this equation, assuming ideal van't Hoff factors?

πOs =  MRT M = (Vant Hoff factor of NaCl * Molarity of NaCl) + (Vant Hoff factor of MgCl2 * Molarity of MgCl2)... View the full answer

• Thank you for your help!
• mlynn5169
• Apr 04, 2018 at 9:30am
• You are most welcome!
• divya11
• Apr 04, 2018 at 10:25pm

• Feel free to ask for any clarification. Thank you.
• mercenary
• Apr 04, 2018 at 2:35am
• The work flow is right, but for molarity of NaCl you used 0.0001 instead of 0.0010. Thank you though, it is still helpful!
• mlynn5169
• Apr 04, 2018 at 9:31am
• Thank you very much kindly correct. Thanks for the correction. A clear indication that you have understood. Kindly rate. Thanks.
• mercenary
• Apr 04, 2018 at 12:46pm

For ideal van't Hoff factors there is no dissociation of the salts. 0.0010 M NaCl means... View the full answer

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