Osmotic Pressure of 0.4% urea solution is 1.64 atm and that of 3.42% cane sugar is 2.46 atm. When the above two solutions are mixed , the OP of the solution is
(a) 0.82 atm
(b) 2.46 atm
(c) 1.64 atm
(d) 4.10 atm
Asked by Balbir | 27th Jul, 2019, 05:02: PM
When two solutions are mixed.
Answered by Ravi | 27th Jul, 2019, 09:19: PM
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