choose the solvent below that would show the greatest boiling point elevation when used to make a 0.10m non electrolyte solution
a.C6H6, Kb= 5.12 degree C/m
b. CHCl3, Kb= 4.70 degree C/m
c.CCl4, Kb= 29.9degree C/m
d.CH3CH2OH, Kb= 1.99degree C/m
e.CH3CH2OCH2CH3, Kb=1.79degree C/m

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  1. delta T = Kb*m
    So which will give the largest delta T?
    Since m is the same it must depend on Kb?

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