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I need to find the boiling point, but I am confused on this question
0.250M glucose in water (assume the density of water is 1.00 g/ml)

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    But that one was density of solution, but this problem is density of water so is that different???

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    I am not sure, hence the modified title...

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    None of this makes sense to me. The question isn't complete.

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    Thank you for looking, I hunt the related questions for "best match", having no clue as to how to perform them myself. This is the first "callback".
    I try to stay clear of the first 2 pages with this mode, as answered questions tend to get overlooked, at least by my eye.

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