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Solution: Suppose you want to cook pasta and the water is boiling at 100.0°C. There is exactly one liter of water in the pot. How much salt (NaCl) in grams would you have to add to make the water boil at 103.0°C? (Kb for water is 0.512°C m -1) a) 342 b) 171 c) 85 d) 43 e) 26

Problem

Suppose you want to cook pasta and the water is boiling at 100.0°C. There is exactly one liter of water in the pot. How much salt (NaCl) in grams would you have to add to make the water boil at 103.0°C? (Kb for water is 0.512°C m -1)

a) 342

b) 171

c) 85

d) 43

e) 26