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  1. sweetburger
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    so this is a boiling point depression question I believe

  2. sweetburger
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    elevation*

  3. sweetburger
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    so now we can plug in the values to find the boiling point elevation

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    Yea, that would be a good idea to show that you are solving for the molality of the solution

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    Actually I think it would be fine due to the very small amount of H2O in the problem.

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    ya sure why not lol

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