Problem: The molar mass of a nonelectrolyte is 58.0 g/mol. Determine the boiling point of a solution containing 35.0 g of this compound and 600.0 g of water. The barometric pressure during the experiment was such that the boiling point of pure water was 99.725˚C.

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The molar mass of a nonelectrolyte is 58.0 g/mol. Determine the boiling point of a solution containing 35.0 g of this compound and 600.0 g of water. The barometric pressure during the experiment was such that the boiling point of pure water was 99.725˚C.

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