Chemistry

Determine the boiling point elevation of H2O in each of the following solutions:

1)2.5 m solution of C6H12O6 (glucose)in H2O.

2) 3.20 g C6 H12 O6 in 1.00 kg H20

3) 20.0 C12 H22 O11 (sucrose) in 500.g H2O

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  1. delta T = Kb*m

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  2. yes but how would i find m?

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  3. #1 has m listed in the problem.
    #2 and #3 has grams listed.
    grams/molar mass = moles and
    molality = mols/kg solvent.

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  4. i'm still confused
    can you help me solve them?

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  5. Show your work on #2, following my instructions so I will know what your trouble is. I will help you through it.

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