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1)If 746.4 g of a substance is dissolved in 1723 g of benzene solvent, the freezing point of the solution is -9.19 oC. Calculate the apparent molar mass (g/mol) of substance.

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What mass ( g ) of the solvent water should be mixed with 0.008595 L of the solute ethylene glycol to prepare a solution that is 0.212 m ethylene glycol.

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  1. 1) delta T = Kf*molality
    Use this formula to determine molality.
    Then molality = moles/kg solvent will determine moles.
    Then moles = g/molar mass will determine molar mass.

    2)Remember the definition of molality = mols solute/kg solvent. You will need the density of ethylene glycol to convert L in the problem to grams and the molar mass to convert to moles.

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