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Which one of the following aqueous solutions has the highest boiling point?
0.21 m Ca(NO3)2
0.30 m KCI
0.16 m Na3PO4
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0.32 m HF
Pure water
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A 100% 7:05 PM Wed Jan 29 Unanswered •1 attempt left • Due on Jan 30 Which one of the following aqueous solutions has the highest boiling point? 0.21 m Ca(NO3)2 0.30 m KCI 0.16 m Na3PO4 D 0.32 m HF Pure water Submit ш

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Boiling point of a substance can be determined by the formula ∆Tb = 1Kbm. Greater the value of , ∆Tb greater will be the boiling point of the substance.  According to the formula, ∆Tb is directly proportional to van’t Hoff factor ‘i’.  Here ‘i’ refers to the n...

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