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Solution: The constants, Kb and Kf, used to calculate the boiling point and freezing point changes observed in solutions of nonvolatile non-electrolyte solutes (a) are dependent on the concentration of the solute (b) are dependent on the properties of the solute (c) are dependent on the properties of the solvent (d) All of these are correct. (e) None of these are correct

Problem

The constants, Kb and Kf, used to calculate the boiling point and freezing point changes observed in solutions of nonvolatile non-electrolyte solutes

(a) are dependent on the concentration of the solute

(b) are dependent on the properties of the solute

(c) are dependent on the properties of the solvent

(d) All of these are correct.

(e) None of these are correct