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solutions & Colligative properties

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what is the answer of this question??


Manish Shankar

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Let there be two molecules:
1. Pure solvent be $$A_{2}$$
2. Pure solute be $$B_{2}$$ 

$$A_{2} \longrightarrow 2 A \quad\left(\Delta H_{1}\right)$$
$$B_{2} \longrightarrow 2 B \quad\left(\Delta H_{2}\right)$$
$$2 A+2 B \longrightarrow 2 A B\left(\Delta H_{3}\right)$$
$$\rightarrow A_{2}+B_{2} \longrightarrow 2 A B \quad(\Delta H)$$
$$\Delta H=\Delta H_{3}-\Delta H_{1}-\Delta H_{2}$$

Manish Shankar

1 month before

Let there be two molecules:
1. Pure solvent be $A_{2}$
2. Pure solute be $B_{2}$ $A_{2} \longrightarrow 2 A \quad\left(\Delta H_{1}\right)$
$B_{2} \longrightarrow 2 B \quad\left(\Delta H_{2}\right)$
$2 A+2 B \longrightarrow 2 A B\left(\Delta H_{3}\right)$
$\rightarrow A_{2}+B_{2} \longrightarrow 2 A B \quad(\Delta H)$
$\Delta H=\Delta H_{3}-\Delta H_{1}-\Delta H_{2}$

Manish Shankar

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