Problem: Which of the choices below has the highest vapor pressure?a. pure water (vapor pressure = 23.8 torr at 25°C)b. a solution of glucose in water with xC6H12O6 = 0.01c. a solution of sodium chloride in water with xNaCl = 0.01d. a solution of methanol in water with xCH3OH = 0.2 (Consider the vapor pressure of both methanol [143 torr at 25°C] and water.)

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Which of the choices below has the highest vapor pressure?

a. pure water (vapor pressure = 23.8 torr at 25°C)
b. a solution of glucose in water with xC6H12O6 = 0.01
c. a solution of sodium chloride in water with xNaCl = 0.01
d. a solution of methanol in water with xCH3OH = 0.2 (Consider the vapor pressure of both methanol [143 torr at 25°C] and water.)

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