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What weight of solute (M,wt =60) is required to be dissolved in 180gm of water to reduce vapour pressure to 4/5th of pure water?

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    Does it make a difference what the vapor pressure is? Here is what you use.
    Psoln = Xsoln*Po/sup>solvent

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    Arre easy hai re.equate hi to karna hai 😂

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    Syfggg

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