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0.10 mol of molecule A is added to 1.0 mol pf molecule B.The initial volume of B was 1.1L and the final volume of the solution is 1.039L. Assuming that the partial molar volume of B is exactly 50% greater than that of A, find the partial molar volumes of both A and B.

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