Ans with explanation please
Asked by wajidaliqazi786 | 5th Jul, 2018, 12:51: AM
The answer is xA(liq) < xA(Vap)
Volatile component present in vapour is more than that of present in solution.
Answered by Varsha | 8th Jul, 2018, 06:16: PM
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