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The boiling point elevation of a solution consisting of 2.12 g of a nonvolatile solute in 97.4 g of benzene is 0.6602 oC. What is the molecular weight of the unknown solute?

i have no idea how to solve this question

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    delta T = Kf*molality
    delta T = 0.660
    Look up Kf for benzene (the freezing point depression constant for benzene which probably is in your text).
    Calculate molality.
    Then
    Kg solvent x molality x molar mass = grams. Solve for molar mass.

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