# how do I calculate the boiling point of methanol if its boiling point is 72.2 degrees Celsius , the molar boiling point elevation constant foe methanol is 2.7 degrees per m What is the boiling point of a solution prepared by dissolving 50g of acidic acid in 100g of methanol?(boiling point for the solvent =94.7 degrees Celsius)

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how do I calculate the boiling point of methanol if its boiling point is 72.2 degrees Celsius , the molar boiling point elevation constant foe methanol is 2.7 degrees per m What is the boiling point of a solution prepared by dissolving 50g of acidic acid in 100g of methanol?(boiling point for the solvent =94.7 degrees Celsius)

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Step 1

When a solute is added to a solvent, elevation in boiling point occurs.The expression relating the change in temperature with molality (m) of solute is given below.

Where,

T= Boiling point of the solution formed

T0= Boiling point of the solvent

kb = molal boiling point elevation constant

m= molality of the solution

Step 2

Calculating molality of the solution:

Molar mass of acetic acid = 60 g/mol

Thus,

Step 3

Substituing the values in the expressi...

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