CHEMISTRY.

Lowering of vapor pressure is directly proportional to:
a) Temperature
b) Mole fraction of Solute
c) Mole fraction of Solvent
d) Amount of solution

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  1. can you please explain how?

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  2. delta Psoln = Xsolute*Posolvent

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