B. Freezing-Point DepressionTable 10.4 (data)ium Chloride Solutylene Glycol SoluteMass of beaker+ice +waterMass of empty beakerFreezing point of pure water111.438112.337 g53.263 g0 C33.185 g8.524 g3 C58.650 gMass of sample +container 6867.686 g2.676 gMass of empty containerFreezing point of solutionTable 10.5 (report)IuorenTotal water massMass of soluteMoles of soluteWater mass in kgSolution molalityC. Boiling-Point ElevationTable 10.6 (data)Boiling point of pure water 96 CSucrose Soluteylene Glycol Solu50.0 mL48.979 g28.524 g99.9 CVolume of water used 50.0 mLMass of solute + container 22.898 gMass of empty container 2.561gBoiling point of solution 96.5C

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B. Freezing-Point Depression
Table 10.4 (data)
ium Chloride Solut
ylene Glycol Solute
Mass of beaker+ice +water
Mass of empty beaker
Freezing point of pure water
111.438
112.337 g
53.263 g
0 C
33.185 g
8.524 g
3 C
58.650 g
Mass of sample +container 686
7.686 g
2.676 g
Mass of empty container
Freezing point of solution
Table 10.5 (report)
Iu
or
en
Total water mass
Mass of solute
Moles of solute
Water mass in kg
Solution molality
C. Boiling-Point Elevation
Table 10.6 (data)
Boiling point of pure water 96 C
Sucrose Solute
ylene Glycol Solu
50.0 mL
48.979 g
28.524 g
99.9 C
Volume of water used 50.0 mL
Mass of solute + container 22.898 g
Mass of empty container 2.561g
Boiling point of solution 96.5C
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B. Freezing-Point Depression Table 10.4 (data) ium Chloride Solut ylene Glycol Solute Mass of beaker+ice +water Mass of empty beaker Freezing point of pure water 111.438 112.337 g 53.263 g 0 C 33.185 g 8.524 g 3 C 58.650 g Mass of sample +container 686 7.686 g 2.676 g Mass of empty container Freezing point of solution Table 10.5 (report) Iu or en Total water mass Mass of solute Moles of solute Water mass in kg Solution molality C. Boiling-Point Elevation Table 10.6 (data) Boiling point of pure water 96 C Sucrose Solute ylene Glycol Solu 50.0 mL 48.979 g 28.524 g 99.9 C Volume of water used 50.0 mL Mass of solute + container 22.898 g Mass of empty container 2.561g Boiling point of solution 96.5C

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