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Molarity, weight %, Molality and other variables of solution

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A solution is prepared by 10 g of solid para-dichlorobenzene (C6H4Cl2) in enough carbon tetrachloride to make a total of 350 mL of solution. The density of the resulting solution is 1.60 g/mL .

(a) Compute the molarity of the solution.

(b) Compute the weight % para-dichlorobenzene of the solution.

(c)Compute the molality of the solution.

(d) Compute the mole fraction of the solute.

(e) At 23℃ the vapor pressure of CCl4 is 100 mm. Compute the vapor pressure of the solution at this temperature.

(f) When a different solution of C6H4Cl2 is prepared, it is found to have a boiling point of 78.6℃. Given that \(K_b\) = 5.0 ℃-kg/mol and the boiling point of pure CCl4 is 76.6℃, compute how many grams of solute are present in 100 grams of CCl4.

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a) 0,194 M
b) 1,79% w.w
c) 0,12 mmol/kg
d) 0,019
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Thanks for your correct answers to questions (a), (b), (c) and(d).

My Computation work for answers to question (e) and (f).

My answer to (e)\(P_{CCl_4}=0.981 \times 100 mm=98.1 mm, P_{CCl_4}=\) Vapor pressure of solution

My answer to (f) \(\Delta T_{bp}=K_{bp}\times m; m= \frac{\Delta T_{bp}}{K_b}=\frac{78.6^\circ C-76.6^\circ C}{5.02^\circ C-kg/mol}=0.40 \)molal

Moles of C6H4Cl2= 0.40 kg/mol × 0.100 kg = 0.040 mol C6H4Cl2

Grams of C6H4Cl2 = 0.040 mol C6H4Cl2 × 147 g/mol =5.88 g C6H4Cl2
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Ok
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