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A solution of NaCl and glucose gives a freezing point of -0.95°C. It contains 140 mOsmol glucose/L. Give concentration of NaCl in milliosmoles per liter and molarity. Thanks

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    freezing dpr drepression=-1.8*(140+x)

    solve for X

    Molarity=X/2

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    Sweet! I was on the right track! Thanks man!

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