Four liquids are described in the table below. Use the second column of the table to explain the order of their freezing points, and the third column to explainthe order of their boiling points.For example, select '1' in the second column next to the liquid with the lowest freezing point. Select '2' in the second column next to the liquid with the nexthigher freezing point, and so on. In the third column, select '1' next to the liquid with the lowest boiling point, '2' next to the liquid with the next higher boilingpoint, and so on.Note: the density of water is 1.00 g/mL.freezing pointboiling pointsolution(choose one)(choose one)8.9 g of potassium nitrate (KNO3) dissolved in 450. mL of water(choose one)(choose one)1 450. mL of water8.9 g of potassium chloride (KCI) dissolve(choose one)(choose one)8.9 g of propylene glycol (C3H802) dissolved in 450. mL of water(choose one)(choose one)450. mL of pure water?XCheakExplanation2019 McGraw-Hill Education. All Rights Reserved. Terms of UseenoveInsertA+HomeBEEEREndF12F4F11F8F7F9F10F6F2F3F5F1#%&7532乡 4 Note: the density of water is 1.00 g/mL.freezing pointboiling pointsolution(choose one)(choose one)8.9 g of potassium nitrate (KNO3) dissolved in 450. mL of water(choose one)(choose one)8.9 g of potassium chloride (KCI) dissolved in 450. mL of water(choose one)(choose one)8.9 g of propylene glycol (C3H802) dissolved in 450. mL of water(choose one)(choose one)450. mL of pure water?XExplanationCheckenovo

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Four liquids are discribed in the table below. Us the second column of the table to explain the order of their freezing points and third column to explain the order of there boiling points.

Four liquids are described in the table below. Use the second column of the table to explain the order of their freezing points, and the third column to explain
the order of their boiling points.
For example, select '1' in the second column next to the liquid with the lowest freezing point. Select '2' in the second column next to the liquid with the next
higher freezing point, and so on. In the third column, select '1' next to the liquid with the lowest boiling point, '2' next to the liquid with the next higher boiling
point, and so on.
Note: the density of water is 1.00 g/mL.
freezing point
boiling point
solution
(choose one)
(choose one)
8.9 g of potassium nitrate (KNO3) dissolved in 450. mL of water
(choose one)
(choose one)
1 450. mL of water
8.9 g of potassium chloride (KCI) dissolve
(choose one)
(choose one)
8.9 g of propylene glycol (C3H802) dissolved in 450. mL of water
(choose one)
(choose one)
450. mL of pure water
?
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Four liquids are described in the table below. Use the second column of the table to explain the order of their freezing points, and the third column to explain the order of their boiling points. For example, select '1' in the second column next to the liquid with the lowest freezing point. Select '2' in the second column next to the liquid with the next higher freezing point, and so on. In the third column, select '1' next to the liquid with the lowest boiling point, '2' next to the liquid with the next higher boiling point, and so on. Note: the density of water is 1.00 g/mL. freezing point boiling point solution (choose one) (choose one) 8.9 g of potassium nitrate (KNO3) dissolved in 450. mL of water (choose one) (choose one) 1 450. mL of water 8.9 g of potassium chloride (KCI) dissolve (choose one) (choose one) 8.9 g of propylene glycol (C3H802) dissolved in 450. mL of water (choose one) (choose one) 450. mL of pure water ? X Cheak Explanation 2019 McGraw-Hill Education. All Rights Reserved. Terms of Use enove Insert A+ Home BEEER End F12 F4 F11 F8 F7 F9 F10 F6 F2 F3 F5 F1 # % & 7 5 3 2 乡 4

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Note: the density of water is 1.00 g/mL.
freezing point
boiling point
solution
(choose one)
(choose one)
8.9 g of potassium nitrate (KNO3) dissolved in 450. mL of water
(choose one)
(choose one)
8.9 g of potassium chloride (KCI) dissolved in 450. mL of water
(choose one)
(choose one)
8.9 g of propylene glycol (C3H802) dissolved in 450. mL of water
(choose one)
(choose one)
450. mL of pure water
?
X
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Note: the density of water is 1.00 g/mL. freezing point boiling point solution (choose one) (choose one) 8.9 g of potassium nitrate (KNO3) dissolved in 450. mL of water (choose one) (choose one) 8.9 g of potassium chloride (KCI) dissolved in 450. mL of water (choose one) (choose one) 8.9 g of propylene glycol (C3H802) dissolved in 450. mL of water (choose one) (choose one) 450. mL of pure water ? X Explanation Check enovo

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Step 1

Freezing points and boiling points of the given solution can be find out

 

Notes:

1=lowest

4=highest

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ATK.m.i AT=changein the boiling point i=Vant Hoff factor

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The moles of the salt can...

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8.9g KNO3 ΚNO- --0.0880mol 101.1032g/mol 8.9g KC КС-. 74.5513g/mol -0.1193mol 8.9g 76.09 g/mol C,HO2 -0.1169mol

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