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Compute the freezing point of this solution: 25.5 g C7H11NO7S (4-nitro-2-toluenesulfoinoic acid dihydrate) in 100 g H2O. (nonionizing solute)

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  1. Freezing point depression= molality*Kf

    You know Kf for water, so compute the molality of the solution, molessolute/kg of water

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