relative lower vapour pressure
Asked by pampa7799 | 10th Feb, 2020, 07:45: AM
Relative lower vapour pressure is ratio of vapour pressure lowering of solvent from solution to the vapour pressure of pure solvent.
Answered by Ravi | 10th Feb, 2020, 11:53: AM
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