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Free Chemistry Course - Colligative Properties of Solutions

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Overview

Freezing point depression, boiling point elevation, osmotic pressure, Raoult's law of volatile and nonvolatile solutions

What you'll learn:
  • Learn the colligative properties of solutions
  • Freezing point depression, boiling point elevation, osmotic pressure

    At the end of the course, the student will be able to understand the colligative properties of solutions.

    The main colligative properties of solution include freezing point depression, boiling point elevation and osmotic pressure.

    After learning freezing point depression, student will be able to calculate

    • freezing point of a solution
    • the unknown molar mass of a solute in the solution

    Under Boiling point elevation, student will be able to learn how to calculate

    • the boiling point of solution
    • the unknown molar mass of solute in the solution

    Under osmotic pressure, student will learn how to calculate

    • the unknown molecular weight of solute in the solution

    Another important colligative property is Van't Hoff Factor. It helps us to understand if a compound associates or dissociates in a solution.

    After going through Van't Hoff factor, student be able to calculate

    • degree of dissociation
    • association of a compound in the solution

    Under Raoult's law of solutions, student will learn

    • Raoult's law of volatile mixture
    • Raoult's law of non-volatile solute
    • Henry's law
    • how Raoult's law is a special case of Henry law

    Under Raoult's law of non-volatile solute, student will be able to learn how to use Raoult's law formula

    • for dilute solutions
    • for concentrated solutions

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