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Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by eliz on Monday, March 16, 2009 at 9:19pm.

Question: if you added ethylene glycol to your car's radiator to lower the freezing point to -31.0 degree C, what would the corresponding boiling point of the coolant in your radiator. The freezing point and boiling point constants for water are 1.86 and .510 degree C/m

The correct answer for this problem is 108.5 degree C, but i don't get how they got that. Did they use the Delta Tf=Kf. How did they plug in the numbers to get that answer. Any help on doing the problem would be great?

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