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Solution: Given that blood exert the same osmotic pressure as a 0.15 M NaCl solution, which of the following could be the contents of the second beaker?a. 0.008 NaClb. 0.15 NaClc. 0.68 NaCl

Solution: Given that blood exert the same osmotic pressure as a 0.15 M NaCl solution, which of the following could be the contents of the second beaker?a. 0.008 NaClb. 0.15 NaClc. 0.68 NaCl

Problem

Given that blood exert the same osmotic pressure as a 0.15 M NaCl solution, which of the following could be the contents of the second beaker?

a. 0.008 NaCl
b. 0.15 NaCl
c. 0.68 NaCl

Solution

Recall: For electrolyte solutions, the osmotic pressure (∏) of the solution is given by:

where i = van't Hoff factor of the electrolyte, M = molarity of the solution, R = universal gas constant, T = temperature

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