How COLLIGATIVE PROPERTIES are useful in measuring molecular weight ?
Asked by pardeepkumar2281 | 15th May, 2018, 12:14: AM
Colligative properties are depend on number of solute particles in the solution.
These properties are used for determination of molar mass.
A solution of known concentration is prepared in a solvent whose Vapour pressure, boiling point or freezing point is known and the they are measured by using simple methods under the given conditions.
Answered by Varsha | 15th May, 2018, 11:02: AM
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