7. The boiling point elevation can be predicted using the equation ∆T = Kb x m x i , where ∆T is the change in boiling point, i is the number of ions in the solution per mole of dissolved NaCl (i = 2), m is the molality of the solution, and Kb is the molal boiling point constant for water which is 0.51°C/m.

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Coach

Dude...your not sleeping with me...I don't care how much you beg! :)
Colleen

lmao!!! too funny!
I can swear i know the answer :)
except i'm sorry, it's a homework question and you should ask your teacher for help, a hint though, you might want to find the No. of moles per solute first (molality), add it to the figures you have already, and kaboom :)
Coach

Now you're showing off, you mechanitronic brainiac. I was going to help him but you beat me to it. Yeah right!
doublehelix

he.he ;)
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schubee

Isn't that what you teach? LOL
Coach

Yo schubbe. I've tried to teach and sleep at the same time but the only thing that happens is that my kids nod off too. ha ha
That's Sandra's question from 2009.. I've seen it before.. :)
Hey wait a minute! That looks like my uncle Mario's home made Grappa recipe. You thief, you !
Did you answer questions 1 through 6 by yourself ?

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