There is a 50/50 blend of engine coolant and water (by volume). If a car's cooling system holds 4.40 gal, what is the boiling point of the solution?
Assume that at normal filling conditions, the densities of engine coolant and water are 1.11 g/mL and 0.998 g/mL respectively. Also, assume that the engine coolant is pure ethylene glycol, which is non‑ionizing and non‑volatile, and that the pressure remains constant at 1.00 atm. The boiling‑point elevation constant for water will be needed.