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Dilute Solutions and

Colligative Properties
.(6)
Chapter at a Glance
I *s\ < of < miioiIi pivNMirc n = h x d x g . . .(1)
> .In ii Ii is height developed in column, d is density of fluid in column at
<|i1111> 11ii i. i; is gravity.
7i oc (n/v) oc concentration . . .(2)
nV = (w/m) ST = nST . . . (3)
nit>ii< |Hr\Mire. n is mole of solute present in V litre solution, w is weight
ii nliili ni i. mol wt. of solute S is solution constant and T is temperature in.K.
Imiliilll. Nllllllloil 7t|=7t2 ' ( 4)
ilni '.nliili". ii<-ith<-i showing association nor dissociation)
C, = C
2
. . . (5)
I 11 I iMil i IIIhllliMl of solute.
\ .i|iniii ,ii< in i ! ni luiloii with temperature: 2.303 log
10
= r-
\
R
Mini /' , in vii|niui pressures at temperature 7\ and T
2
. AH is heat of
VII pi it lnutlon.
MIMIIIK' N I . MW
l HI ll)|iilil LI<|ui<l systems
i.., . . . ( 7)
11 'i mi pic.sure of mixture and P' is partial vapour pressure of each component.
I'm '"A V,., I P'hX,, . . .(8)
IU yir
I'm '"A + p% + .(9)
I' in i vnpoui pressure of component in pure state.
, J,,,
w
A^
m
A
0
w
B
/ m
B
^
' "'
1
w
A
/m
A
+ w
B
/ mg + . . .
+
^
D
w
A
/ m
A
+ wg/ m
B
+ . . .
+
' ' '
I'm K\ (0.1'.) = PA -^A(L.P.) - ( 11)
V, mid X
A
are mole fractions in gaseous phase (G.P.) and liquid phase (L.P.)
respectively.
T l - T y
T
l
T
2
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For solid-liquid system
P ~ f'a n w/m
P n + N w/m+W/M
P ~P
c
is relative lowering in vapour pressure.
. . .(12)
po
P-P
s
_n _wxM
P ~N~mxW
P-Ps _n _wxM
P
s
~ N~ mxW
(For dilute solutions) . . .(13)
(Alternative form of Raoult's law) . . .(14)
.. . . ... . . P~Ps n wxM wx 1000 . .. . . . .
Elevation in boding point: AT
h
^ molality . . . (15)
6 r
b. p o N mxW mxW
J
'
K
h
xwx 1000
AT
b
= K
h
x molality =
m x V y
- . . -(16)
A7"
b
is elevation in boiling point and K
b
is molal elevation constant of solvent.
. . . . . . P~P
t
n wxM wx 1000
Depression in freezing pomt : A7> . . .(17)
r
' P N mxW mxW
fox wx 1000
A7F=Kf x molality =
m x W
-(18)
AT
{
is depression in freezing point and K
{
is molal depression constant.
RT
2
* = i o o o 7
RTf
2
K
<=mk
( 2 0 )
l
{
and /
v
are latent heat of fusion and vaporisation in cal/g respectively.
Rll M RT
b
M AH
y
*
b =
T0 0 0 A/ / Tl 0 0 0 AS; (
A S
v = -
F
) (22)
where A//
v
and AS
w
are latent heat of vaporisation in cal/mol and entropy change for
vaporisation in cal/mol respectively.
Abnormal Colligative Properties
For solutes undergoing dissociation :
Experimental colligative property > normal colligative property
(O.P., AP, AT
b
, ATf)
Experimental molecular wt. < normal molecular wt.
For solute : A
x
B
y
> xA
n
+ yB*~
a is degree of dissociation
j > I . . .(24)
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407
Nonnal mol. wt. ,
i = = 1 - a + xa + ya . . .(25)
Exp. mol. wt.
van't Hoff Coefficient (g) = -
1
. . .(26)
(x + y)
I
1
or solutes undergoing association :
Exp. C.P. < Normal C.P.
Exp. mol. wt. > normal mol. wt.
For solute : nA (A)
n
"
( 2 7 )
Normal C.P. n
Normal mol. wl. , a
oi / = l - a + - . . . ( 28)
I'.xp. mol. wt. n
n i I IISHIH nilion and n is no. of molecules undergoing association.
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The Basic Problems with Sol ut i on
>- Problem 1. Arginine vasopressin is a pituitary harmone. It helps to regulate the
amount of water in the blood by reducing the flow of urine from the
kidneys. An aqueous solution containing 21.6 mg of vasopressin in
100 mL of solution had an osmotic pressure of 3.70 mm Hg at 25C.
What is the molecular weight of the harmone?
>- Problem 2. A solution is prepared by dissolving 1.08 g of human serum albumin,
a protein obtained from blood plasma, in 50.0 cm
3
of aqueous solution.
The solution has an osmotic pressure of 5.85 mm Hg at 298 K.
(a) What is the molar mass of the albumin?
(b) What is the height of water column placed in sol ut i on?
d ( H
?
0) = 1 g cm
>- Problem 3. The osmotic pressure of blood is 7.65 atm at 37C. How much glucose
should be used per litre for an intravenous injection that is to have the
same osmotic pressure as blood.
> Problem 4. At 25C, a solution containing 0.2 g of poiyisobutylene in 100 mL of
benzene developed a rise of 2.4 mm at osmotic equilibrium. Calculate
the molecular weight of poiyisobutylene if the density of solution is
0.88 g/mL.
> Problem 5. At 300 K, 36 g of glucose present per litre in its solution has an osmotic
pressure of 4.98 bar. If the osmotic pressure of solution is 1.52 bar at
the same temperature, what would be its concentration?
> Problem 6. At 20C, the osmotic pressure of urea solution is 400 mm. The solution
is diluted and the temperature is raised to 35C, when the osmotic
pressure is found to be 105.3 mm. Determine extent of dilution.
> Problem 7. At 27C, a 5% solution (wt./vol.) of cane-sugar is isotonic with
8.77 g/litre of urea solution. Find m.wt. of urea, if m.wt. of sugar is
342. Also report the osmotic pressure of soiution if 100 mL each are
mixed at 27C.
>- Problem 8. An aqueous solution of 2 per cent (wt./wt.) non-volatile solute exerts
a pressure of 1.004 bar at the boiling point of the solvent. What is the
molecular mass of the solute?
>- Problem 9. The vapour pressure of water is 12.3 kPa at 300 K. Calculate vapour
pressure of 1 molal solution of a solute in it.
> Problem 10. Calculate the mass of a non-volatile solute (molecular mass 40) which
should be dissolved in 114 g octane to reduce its vapour pressure to

> Problem 11. A solution containing 30 g of a non-volatile solute exactly in 90 g
water has a vapour pressure of 2.8 kPa at 298 K. Further 18 g of water
is then added to solution, the new vapour pressure becomes 2.9 kPa at
298 K. Calculate :
DILUTI SOLUTIONS AND COLLIGATIVE PROPLRTIES 409
(i) Molecular mass of the solute,
(ii) vapour pressure of water at 298 K.
Problem 12. Find the molality of a solution containing a non-volatile solute if the
vapour pressure is 2% below the vapour pressure of pure water.
Problem 13. Dry air was successively passed through a solution of 5 g solute in
80 g water and then through pure water. The loss in weight of solution
was 2.5 g and that of pure water was 0.04 g. What is mol. wt. of
solute?
Problem 14. Heptane and octane form ideal solution. At 373 K, the vapour pressures
of the two liquid components are 105.2 kPa and 46.8 kPa, respectively.
What will be the vapour pressure, in bar, of a mixture of 25.0 g of
heptane and 35.0 g of octane?
Problem 15 I he vapour pressures of ethanol and methanol are 44.5 and 88.7 mm
ol 11;.'. respectively. An ideal solution is formed at the same temperature
by mixing 60 g of ethanol and 40 g of methanol. Calculate the total
vapour pressure of solution and mole fraction of methanol in vapour
phase.
Piulili in l(> Al 110 K, the vapour pressure of an ideal solution containing 2 moles
ol I and 3 moles of B is 550 mm of Hg. At the same temperature, if
one mole of B is added to this solution, the vapour pressure of solution
increases by 10 mm of Hg. Calculate the V.P. of A and B in their pure
MlllC.
I'M.III.IN |
1
In Ill i liiniilc water gets frozen causing damage to the radiators of
i II l ili\ I. .,. glycol is used as an antifreeze agent. Calculate the amount
i| etli) lenr glycol to be added to 4 kg water to prevent it from freezing
al (i"( A, for water is 1.85 K mol"
1
kg.
I' mlib ni IN All aqueous solution of liquid 'A" (mol. weight 56) 28% by weight
has a vapour pressure 150 mm. Find the vapour pressure of 'JT if
\,ipoui pressure of water is 155 mm of Hg.
Pnil' l.iii l' \ '." solution (by mass) of cane sugar in water has freezing point of
' / I k Calculate the freezing point of a 5% glucose (by mass) in
water. The freezing point of pure water is 273.15 K.
* Problem 20 I liilylntcd hydroxytoluene (BHT) is used as an antioxidant in processed
foods (it prevents fats and oils from becoming rancid). A solution of
.5 g of BUT in 100 g of benzene has a freezing point of 4.88 K.
What is the molecular weight of BHT? A'
f
(benzene) = 5.12 K moP
1
kg, freezing point of benzene = 5.45 K?
> Problem 21. An aqueous solution of glucose containing 12 gi n 100 g of water was
found to boil at I00.34C. Calculate K\ for water in K moP
1
kg.
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> Probl em 22. The boiling point of CHCI
3
was raised by 0.323C when 0.37 g of
naphthalene was dissolved in 35 g CHCI
3
. Calculate the molecular
weight of naphthalene. K\ for CHCl
3
= 3.9 K mol
- 1
kg.
>- Problem 23. What will be the boiling point of bromine when 174.5 mg of octa-
atomic sulphur is added to 78 g of bromine. K\ for Br
2
is 5.2 K moT
' kg and b.pt. of Br
2
is 332.15 K.
> Problem 24. What is the depression in freezing point of a solution of non-electrolyte
if elevation in boiling point is 0.13 K, K
b
= 0.52 K moP
1
kg;
K
{
= 1.86 KmoP
1
kg?
>- Problem 25. Pure benzene boiled at 80C. The boiling point of a solution containing
1 g of substance dissolved in 83.4 g of benzene is 80.175C. If latent
heat of vaporization of benzene is 90 cal perg, calculate the molecular
weight of solute.
>- Problem 26. Calculate the osmotic pressure of 20% (wt./vol.) anhydrous Ca(N0
3
)
2
solution at 0C assuming 100% ionisation.
> Problem 27. The vapour pressure of a solution containing 2 g of NaCl in 100 g
water, which dissociated in one Na and one CI" ion in water, is
751 mm, at 100C. Calculate the degree of ionisation of NaCl .
> Problem 28. What is osmotic pressure of the aq. solution of the given solute at
27C if depression in freezing point is 0.93? Molal depression
constant of water is 1.86 K mol
- 1
kg? Assume molality as molarity.
> Probl em 29. 17.4% (wt./vol.) K
2
S0
4
solution at 27C is isotonic to 5.85% (wt./
vol.) NaCl solution at 27C. If NaCl is 100% ionised, what is %
ionisation of K
2
S0
4
in aq. solution?
>- Problem 30. The partial pressure of ethane over a saturated solution containing
6.56 x 10
- 2
g of ethane is 1 bar. If the solution contains 5.00 x 10"
2
g
of ethane, then what shall be the partial pressure of the gas.
> Problem 31. Calculate the concentration of C0
2
in a soft drink that is bottled with
a partial pressure of C0
2
of 4 atm over the liquid at 25C. The Henry' s
law constant for C0
2
in water at 25C is 3.1 * 10~
2
mol/litre-atm.
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Answers
I. 1085 g mop' ; 2.
t 54.10 g; 4.
0.061 molar; 6.
7, 59,99,3.60 atm; 8.
> 12.08 kPa; 10.
II (i) .M g mol ' , (ii) 3.53 kPa; 12.
I, 70.31; 14.
IN, ftft I I Mim. o 144, 0.656 ; 16.
I ' HIM I
1
it , 18.
I' , W) 06k. 20.
21 0 'I K mol
1
kg; 22.
M H. ' I' isK; 24.
jn IM'> 72; 26.
I > M' V 28.
.'> 10
h
K, S0
4
; 30.
w 0 I) mol litre
1
(a) 68655 g/mol, (b) 7.958 cm;
2.39 x 10
5
;
4 times;
40.97 gmoP
1
;
10 g;
1.1334;
73.08 kPa;
A = 460 mm, 5 = 610 mm;
110 mm;
224.56 g/mol;
127.6;
0.465 K;
82.0 atm;
12.315 atm;
0.762 bar;
DILUTE SOLUTIONSAND COLLIGATIVE PROPERTIES
Selected Problems with Solutions
421
> Problem 1. If at a particular temperature, the density of 18 M H2SO4 is
1.8 g cm , calculate:
(a) Molality,
(b) % concentration by weight of solution,
(c) Mole fraction of water and H2SO4,
(d) Relative decrease in vapour pressure with respect to H2O solvent
assuming H2SO4 almost unionised at this high concentration.
> Problem 2, At 25C, a solution containing 0.2 g of polyisobutylene in 100 mL of
benzene developed a rise of 2.4 mm at osmotic equilibrium. Calculate
the molecular weight of polyisobutylene if the density of solution is
0.88 g/mL.
> Problem 3. Calculate O.P. of a solution obtained by mixing 100 mL of 3.4% solution
(wt./vol.) of urea (m. wt. 60) and 100 mL of 1.6% solution (wtVvol.) of
cane-sugar (m. wt. 342) at 20C.
> Problem 4. A tube of uniform cross-sectional area 1 cm is closed at one end with
semipermeable membrane. A solution of 5 g glucose per 100 mL is
placed inside the tube and is dipped in pure water at 27C. When
equilibrium is established calculate.
(a) Osmotic pressure of solution,
(b) Height developed in vertical column,
Assume density of final glucose solution 1 g/mL.
> 1'iohlcni 5. A beaker containing 20 g sugar in 100 g water and another containing
10 g sugar in 100 g water are placed under a bell-jar and allowed to
stand until equilibrium is reached. How much water will be transferred
from one beaker to other?
> Problem 6. At 300 K, two solutions of glucose in water of concentration 0.01 M and
0.001 M are separated by semipermeable membrane with respect to
water. On which solution, the pressure need be applied to prevent
osmosis? Calculate magnitude of this applied pressure.
* Problem 7. Al 10C, the osmotic pressure of urea solution is 500 mm. The solution
is diluted and the temperature is raised to 25C, when the osmotic
pressure is found to be 105.3 mm. Determine extent of dilution.
+ Problem 8. At 300 K, the vapour pressure of ah ideal solution containing one mole
of A and 3 mole of B is 550 mm of Hg. At the same temperature, if one
mole of B is added to this solution, the vapodr pressure of solution
increases by 10 mm of Hg. Calculate the V.P. of A and B in their pure
state.
> Problem 9. The vapour pressure of benzene and toluene at 20C are 75 mm of Hg
and 22 mm of Hg respectively. 23.4 g of benzene and 64.4 g of toluene
are mixed. If two forms ideal solution, calculate the mole fraction of
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NUMERICAL PHYSICAL CHEMIST HY
benzene in vapour phase when vapours are in equilibrium with liquid
mixture.
> Problem 10. Vapour pressure of C
6
H^ and C7H8 mixture at 50C are given by
P = 179 X
B
+ 92, where X
B
is mole fraction of C
6
H
6
. Calculate
(in mm):
(a) Vapour pressure of pure liquids.
(b) Vapour pressure of liquid mixture obtained by mixing 936 g C^Hg
and 736 g toluene.
(c) If the vapours are removed and condensed into liquid and again
brought to the temperature of 50C, what would be mole fraction
of CgHg in vapour state?
> Problem 11. Ideal mixture of two miscible liquids A and B is placed in a cylinder
containing piston. Piston is pulled out isothermally so that volume of
liquid decreases but that of vapours increases. When negligibly small
amount of liquid was left, the mole fraction of A in vapour phase is 0.4.
If Pa = 0.4 atm and P% = \2 atm at the experimental temperature,
calculate the total pressure at which the liquid is almost evaporated.
> Problem 12. A mixture of two immiscible liquids nitrobenzene and water boiling at
99C has a partial vapour pressure of water 733 mm and that of
nitrobenzene 27 mm. Calculate the ratio of the weights of nitrobenzene
to the water in distillate.
>- Problem 13. The vapour pressure of two pure liquids A and B that forms an ideal
solution at 300 and 800 torr, respectively at temperature T. A mixture of
the vapours of A and B for which the mole fraction of A is 0.25 is slowly
compressed at temperature T. Calculate:
(a) The composition of the first drop of the condensate,
(b) The total pressure when this drop formed,
(c) The composition of the solution whose normal boiling point is T,
(d) The pressure when only the last bubble of vapour remains,
(e) Composition of the last bubble.
> Problem 14. The vapour pressure of water at 293 K is 2338 Pa and the vapour pressure
a
of an aqueous solution is 2295.8 Pa. If solution density is 1010 kg/m at
313 K, calculate the osmotic pressure at 313 K. Molecular weight of
solute = 60.
> Problem 15. Calculate the vapour pressure of solution having 3.42 g of cane-sugar in
180 g water at 40C and 100C. Given that boiling point of water is
100C and heat of vaporisation is 10 kcal mol
- 1
in the given temperature
range. Also calculate the lowering in vapour pressure of 0.2 molal
cane-sugar at 40C.
>- Problem 16. Calculate the vapour pressure lowering of a 0.10 m aqueous solution of
non-electrolyte at 75C.
>- Problem 17. What weight of solute (M. wt. 60) is required to dissolve in 180 g of
water to reduce the vapour pressure to 4/5th of pure water?
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> Problem 18. Dry air was successively passed through a solution of 5 g solute in 80
g water and then through pure water. The loss in weight of solution was
2.5 g and that of pure water was 0.04 g. What is mol. wt. of solute?
> Problem 19. What will be the boiling point of bromine when 174.5 mg of octa-atomic
sulphur is added to 78 g of bromine? for Br
2
is 5.2 K mol
- 1
kg and
b. pt . of Br
2
i s 332.15 K.
> Problem 20. An aqueous solution containing 5% by weight of urea and 10% by
weight of glucose. What will be its freezing point? Kf for H
2
0 is
1.86 mol
- 1
kg.
> Problem 21. Two elements A and B form compounds having molecular formula
ABi and AB4. When dissolved in 20 g C6H6, 1 g of AB
2
lowers the
f. pt. by 2.3C whereas 1.0 g of lowers it by 1.3C. The Kf for
CfcHg is 5.1 K mol
- 1
kg. Calculate atomic weight of A and B.
> Problem 22. If boiling point of an aqueous solution is 100.1C. What is its freezing
point? Given latent heat of fusion and vaporization of water are
80 cal g
- 1
and 540 cal g
_1
respectively.
> Problem 23. Calculate the freezing point of an aqueous solution having mole fraction
of water 0.8. Latent heat of fusion of ice is 1436.3 cal mol
- 1
.
> Problem 24. 1000 g of 1 m sucrose solution in water is cooled to - 3.534C. What
weight of ice would be separated out at this t emperature?
Kf of H
2
0 = 1.86 K mol
- 1
kg.
+ Problem 25. The osmotic pressure of an aqueous solution of sucrose is 2.47 atm at
303 K and the molar volume of the water present in solution is
18.10 cm . Calculate the elevation of boiling point of this solution.
Given AH
vap
= 540 cal/g. Assume volume of solvent equal to volume of
solution.
> Problem 26. A dilute solution contains m mole of solute A in 1 kg of a solvent with
molal elevation constant K
b
. The solute A undergoes dimerization as
2A Aj. Show that equilibrium constant for dimer formation is given
by:
k =
K
b
(Kf/n - AT
b
)
c
(2A T
b
-K
b
m)
2
where AT
b
is elevation in boiling point for given solution. Assume
molarity = molality.
> Problem 27. A solution containing 0.1 mole of naphthalene and 0.9 mole of benzene
is cooled out until some benzene freezes out. The solution is then
decanted off from the solid and warmed upto 353 K where its vapour
pressure was found to be 670 torr. The freezing point and boiling point
of benzene are 278.5 K and 353 K respectively and its enthalpy of fusion
is 10.67 kJ mol '. Calculate Ihc temperature to which the solution was
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cooled originally and the amount of benzene that must have frozen out.
Assume ideal behaviour.
> Problem 28. One mole of (C
6
H
5
)
3
COH dissolved in 1000 g of 100% sulphuric aciu
lowers the freezing point of sulphuric acid twice as one mole of
CH3OH shows in 1000 g of 100% sulphuric acid. Comment on it
assuming that CH3OH is neither dissociated nor associated in sulphuric
acid.
> Problem 29. Calculate the osmotic pressure of 20% (wt./vol.) anhydrous CaCl2
solution at 0C assuming 100% ionisation.
> Problem 30. A certain mass of a substance when dissolved in 100 g CfiHg lowers the
freezing point by 1.28C. The same mass of solute dissolved in 100 g
of water lowers the freezing point by 1.40C. If the substance has normal
molecular weight in benzene and is completely dissociated in water, into
how many ions does it dissociate in water? Kf for H2O and QH^, are
1.86 and 5.12 K mol
- 1
kg respectively.
>- Problem 31. The vapour pressure of a solution containing 2 g of an electrolyte BA
in 100 g water, which dissociates in one B
+
and one A~ ion in water, is
751 mm, at 100C. Calculate degree of ionisation of BA if its mol. wt.
is 56.
>- Problem 32. Vapour pressure of a saturated solution of a sparingly soluble salt
A
2
J3
3
is 31.8 mm of Hg at 40C. If vapour pressure of pure water is 31.9
mm of Hg at 40C, calculate K
SP
of A
2
B
3
at 40C.
> Problem 33. 1 g of mono-basic acid in 100 g of water lowers the freezing point by
0.168. If 0.2 got" same acid requires 15.1 mLof N/10 alkali for complete
neutralization, calculate degree of dissociation of acid. K\ for H
2
0 is
1.86 K mof
1
kg.
> Problem 34. What will be the osmotic pressure of 0.1 M monobasic acid if its pH is
2 at 25C.
> Problem 35. A complex is represented as C0G3 XNH
3
. Its 0.1 molal solution in
aqueous solution shows A7f = 0.558. K( for H
2
0 is 1.86 K molality"'.
Assuming 100% ionisation of complex and co-ordination number of Co
as six, calculate formula of complex.
> Problem 36. The freezing point of an aqueous solution of KCN containing 0.1892
mol kg"
1
was -0. 704C. On adding 0.045 mole of Hg(CN)
2
, the freezing
point of the solution was -0.620C. If whole of Hg(CN)
2
is used in
complex formation according to the equation,
Hg(CN)
2
JV /HKCN> K, [Hg(CN),
+ 2
] what is the formula of the
complex? Assume I Hg(CN),,,
+ 2
]"'~ is not ionised and the complex
molecule is 100% ionised. K
(
(H
2
0) is 1.86 kg mol"
1
K.
> Problem 37. A0.OOI molal solution ofacomplex represented as f'l(NI 1 1 1 in water
had Irre/.ing point depression of 0,(X)54C. loi ILO I 86 K
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molality '. Assuming 100% ionisation of the complex, write the ionisa-
tion nature and formula of complex.
Problem 38. The freezing point of 0.08 m NaHS0
4
is - 0.345C. Calculate the
percentage of HSO4 ions that transfer a proton to water to form S0
4
ion. Kf of H2O = 1.86 mol
1
kg. Assume HSO4 does not show hydrolysis
Problem 39. The K$
p
(25C) of- sparingly soluble salt XY
2
is 3.56 xl O"
5
3 3
mol litre and at 30C, the vapour pressure of its saturated solution
in water is 31.78 mm of Hg. Calculate the enthalpy change of the
reaction if the vapour pressure of H?0 at 30C is 31.82 mm.
XY
2
+ Aq. ^
]
+ 2
)
(100% ionisation)
Problem 40. An aqueous solution of an acid is so weak that it can be assumed to be
practically unionised, boiled at 100.4C. 25 mL of this solution was
neutralised by 38.5 mL of 1 N solution of NaOH. Calculate basicity of
the acid if K
b
for water is 0.52 K mol"' kg. Assume molality equal to
molarity.
Problem 41. The freezing point Of 0.02 mole fraction of acetic acid in benzene is
277.4 K. Acetic acid exists partly as dimer. Calculate the equilibrium
constant for dimerisation. Freezing point of benzene is 278.4 K and heat
. of fusion of benzene is 10.042 kJ moL
1
. Assume molarity equal to
molality.
Problem 42. What is the ratio by weight of NaF and Nal which when dissolved in
water produces the same osmotic effects as 0.1 molar solution of urea
in water at same temperature? The weight of residue obtained on
evaporation of the salt solution is 0.48 gram per 100 mL of solution
evaporated. Assume complete dissociation of the salts.
Problem 43. Calculate the value of molaJ elevation constant for water if
^ v a p o r i s a t i o n >s 2 6 . 3 3 cal K ~ ' mol"
1
.
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Answers
1. (a) 500 molal, (b) 98%, (c) H
2
S(
2. 2.39 xl O
5
;
4. (a) 6.842 atm, (b) 70.43 m ;
6." See solution ;
8, A = 400 mm, .8 = 600 mm ;
10. (a) 92 mm, (b) 199.4 mm, (c) l
' 11. 0.667 atm ;
13. (a) 0.47, 0.53, (b) 565 torr, (c)
14. 2.53 x 10
6
Pa ;
16. 0.53 mm ;
18. 70.31 ;
20. -3.04C ;
22. -0.362C ;
24. 352.98 ;
26. See Solution
28. See solution ;
30. 3 ;
32. 5.672 x l O
- 8
;
"34. 2.69 atm ;
36. K
2
[Hg(CN)
4
] ;
38. 31.85% ;
40. 2 ;
42. 0.28 ;
4 = 0. 9, H
2
0 = 0. 1 , ( d) 0. 9 ;
3. 7.38 atm ;
5. 33.3 g ;
7. 5 times ;
9. 0.59, 0.41 ;
.815,0.185, (d) 0.928, 0.072 ;
12. 4 ;
0.08, 0.92, (d) 675 torr, (e) 0.889 ;
15. 759.2 mm, 0.21 mm ;
17. 150 g ;
19. 332.195 K ;
21. A = 25.59, B = 42.65 ;
23. -25.97C ;
25. 5.145 xl O"
2
;
27. 270.39 K, 12.14 g ;
29. 121.14 atm ;
31. 86.41% ;
33. 19.6% ;
35. See solution ;
37. See solution ;
39. 52.799 kJ ;
41. 3.39 ;
43. 0.5 K molality"
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