Problem: Calculate the mass of urea (molar mass = 60.05 g/mol) that should be dissolved in 191 g of water (molar mass =18.02 g/mol) at 35 °C to produce a solution with a vapor pressure of 37.3 mmHg. (At 35 °C, Pwater = 42.2 mmHg). Show calculations.

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Calculate the mass of urea (molar mass = 60.05 g/mol) that should be dissolved in 191 g of water (molar mass =18.02 g/mol) at 35 °C to produce a solution with a vapor pressure of 37.3 mmHg. (At 35 °C, Pwater = 42.2 mmHg). Show calculations.

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