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What is the molar mass of a molecular solute when 5g of the solute dissolved in 150g of phenol lowers the freezing point 1.5C?

do i have to use all three formulas to solve this one?

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    depression=kf*5/molmass*.150

    solve for molemass, you will have to look up kf for phenol

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