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what is volatile and non volatile solute . also explain the importance of both and uses  
Asked by Avadhut Katkar | 14 Sep, 2018, 12:37: PM
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A non-volatile solute does produce vapour at the boiling point of the solution. They have lower vapour pressure and higher boiling point.

Example: Sugar.

A volatile solute produces vapour at the boiling point of the solution. At the same temperature, they have higher vapour pressure than non-volatile solutes.

Examples: Alcohol, ether, mercury, and gasoline.

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