Chemistry

posted by .

Hard ball candy is prepared from boiling an aqueous sugar solution that has a boiling point of 260.°F. What is the molality of this solution?

  • Chemistry -

    Convert F to C. (F-32)*5/9 = C
    dT = Kb*m.
    dT = 100+C
    100+C = Kb*m.
    Substitute Kb and solve for m.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. Chemistry

    Which of the following statements about boiling points are false: A. the boiling point of 0.1 m KF(aq) is lower than the boiling point of 0.1 m ethanol(aq) B. the boiling point of a 0.5 m aqueous solution of NaOH is the same as the …
  2. CHEMISTRY- boiling point

    0.1m aqueous solution of HCl and 0.1m aqueous solution of C6H12O6. calculate the boiling point of each i know the eq. dTb=Kbm but i have no temperatures. this is the question
  3. chemistry

    A lab technician determines the boiling point elevation of an aqueous solution of a nonvolatile, nonelectrolyte to be 1.95°C. What is the solution's molality?
  4. chemistry

    A lab technician determines the boiling point elevation of an aqueous solution of a nonvolatile, nonelectrolyte to be 1.95°C. What is the solution's molality?
  5. chemistry

    A lab technician determines the boiling point elevation of an aqueous solution of a nonvolatile, nonelectrolyte to be 1.62°C. What is the solution's molality?
  6. chemistry

    A lab technician determines the boiling point elevation of an aqueous solution of a nonvolatile, nonelectrolyte to be 1.62°C. What is the solution's molality?
  7. Chemistry

    What is the boiling point of a 25.20% (m/v) KNO3 solution ?
  8. chemistry

    Which of the following statements about boiling points are true?
  9. Chemistry

    Consider a 9% by mass aqueous ethyl alcohol solution. a.) Calculate the molality of this solution_____m b.) Given that ethyl alcohol is a molecular solute, calculate the freezing point of this solution. ________ degrees Celsius. c.) …
  10. Chemistry

    The boiling point of a solution increases directly as a function of the number of moles of solute present in a given mass of solution. This relationship is expressed mathematically by the following equation. ΔTb = Kb·m ΔTb is the …

More Similar Questions