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Calculate the boiling point elevation of a solution that contains 20 grams of NaBr (102.89 g/mol) in 500mL of water (Kb= 0.51C/m)


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No.of moles of solute Molality = Mass of solvent (kg) mass of solute 1000 Molality of thegivensolution molarmass mass of solvent in g 20 g 1000 102.89 g/mol 500 g =0.39 m


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