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An aqueous solution is 0.257 m NaOH. What are the boiling point and freezing point of this solution?

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    delta Tf = i*Kf*m for freezing point.
    delta Tb = i*Kb*m for boiling point.

    For f.p., subtract delta T from normal freezing point.
    For b.p., add delta T to normal boiling point.

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