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How is the freezing depression (Colligative Property) applied in solvent and solute in terms of molecular behavior?

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Colligative properties .
Colligative properties are such properties of the
Solutions which are dependent upon the ratio of
Solute to the Solvent particles .
= > Colligative properties depend...

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Depression in freezing point
When solute is added to the Solvent , the
freezing point of the solvent lowers down.
7 7 The freezing point of a Solvent in the Solution
is always lower than that of...

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"> Hence , We can say that the solvent having
high chemical potential will have a high
Vapour pressure also.
" ) And boiling point is attained when the
Chemical potential of a solvent...

The lowering of the freezing point of solution due to the addition of a non-volatile solute to... View the full answer

When a solution freezes, the attractions of solvent molecules among the neighbouring molecules will slow down or... View the full answer

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