Explain B.pt.elevation and F.pt.depression?
Asked by anukritisingh8103.bmps | 15th Jul, 2020, 05:52: PM
Boiling Point Elevation- Elevation in boiling point refers to increase in boiling boint of solvent upon the addition of solute. When a non-volatile solute is added then resulting solution has a higher boiling point then pure solvent. For example- Boiling point of Salt+water solution is more than pure water.
Freezing Point Depression-Freezing Point Depression refers to lowering of the freezing point of solvents upon the adition of solute. When a non-volatile solute is added then resulting solution has a lower freezing point then pure solvent.
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Answered by Ravi | 15th Jul, 2020, 06:41: PM
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