C. Boiling-Point Elevation Table 10.6 (data) Boiling point of pure water 96 C Sucrose Solute Ethylene Glycol Solute Volume of water used 50.0 mL 50.0 mL Mass of solute container 22.898 g Mass of empty container 2.561 g Boiling point of solution 96.5 C 48.979 q 28.524 g 99.9 C Table 10.7 (report) Sucrose Solute Ethylene Glycol Solute Total water mass Mass of solute Moles of solute ?t b Water mass in kg Solution molality K h

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C. Boiling-Point Elevation
Table 10.6 (data)
Boiling point of pure water 96 C
Sucrose Solute
Ethylene Glycol Solute
Volume of water used 50.0 mL
50.0 mL
Mass of solute container 22.898 g
Mass of empty container 2.561 g
Boiling point of solution 96.5 C
48.979 q
28.524 g
99.9 C
Table 10.7 (report)
Sucrose Solute Ethylene Glycol Solute
Total water mass
Mass of solute
Moles of solute
?t b
Water mass in kg
Solution molality
K
h

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C. Boiling-Point Elevation Table 10.6 (data) Boiling point of pure water 96 C Sucrose Solute Ethylene Glycol Solute Volume of water used 50.0 mL 50.0 mL Mass of solute container 22.898 g Mass of empty container 2.561 g Boiling point of solution 96.5 C 48.979 q 28.524 g 99.9 C Table 10.7 (report) Sucrose Solute Ethylene Glycol Solute Total water mass Mass of solute Moles of solute ?t b Water mass in kg Solution molality K h

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