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Recall that molality can be calculated as:
Therefore, if we have 3.08 m of glycerin, this will appear as:
We need to calculate for the mass of C3H8O3 using the provided moles and MM. Assuming that we will be using 1 kg of solvent/water
How could you prepare a 3.08 m aqueous solution of glycerin, C3H8O3? What is the freezing point of this solution?
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