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Solution:
Use the van't Hoff factors in the table below to calculate each colligative property:
Van't Hoff Factors at 0.05 m Concentration in Aqueous Solution
Solute/Expected/Measured
Nonelectrolyte11
NaCl21.9
MgSO421.3
MgCl232.7
K2SO432.6
FeCl343.4
Calculate the boiling point of a 1.33 % by mass magnesium chloride solution.

Solution: Use the van't Hoff factors in the table below to calculate each colligative property:Van't Hoff Factors at 0.05 m Concentration in Aqueous SolutionSolute/Expected/MeasuredNonelectrolyte11NaCl21.9MgSO4

Problem
Use the van't Hoff factors in the table below to calculate each colligative property:
Van't Hoff Factors at 0.05 m Concentration in Aqueous Solution
Solute/Expected/Measured
Nonelectrolyte11
NaCl21.9
MgSO421.3
MgCl232.7
K2SO432.6
FeCl343.4


Calculate the boiling point of a 1.33 % by mass magnesium chloride solution.