Freezing Point of Cyclohexane plus Unknown Solute 2. Mass of cyclohexane (g) 10. Mass of added solute (g) 0.255 C. Calculations 1. k, for...
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B. Freezing Point of Cyclohexane plus
Unknown Solute
2. Mass of cyclohexane (g)
10.14
3. Mass of added solute (g)
0.255
C. Calculations
1. k, for cyclohexane ("C . kg/mol)
20.0
2. Freezing point change, AT, (C)
3.04
3. Mass of cyclohexane in solution (kg)
4. Moles of solute, total (mo!)
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5. Mass of solute in solution, total (g)
6. Molar mass of solute (g/mo!)
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Answer 3 Mass cyclohexane in solution is 0.01014 kg you should only transform the 10.14 grams of cyclohexane given in the... View the full answer

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