find out mole fraction of methanol in 5.2 m solution of methanol
Asked by ranjanasvadvekar | 3rd Jun, 2020, 12:43: PM
Molality = 5.2 m
5.2 m solution means 5.2 moles in 1 kg of solvent.
So, no of moles of water =
= 55.55 mol
Mole fraction =
Mole fraction of methanol is 0.085
Answered by Varsha | 3rd Jun, 2020, 02:24: PM
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