Karnataka Board PUCPUC Science 2nd PUC Class 12

Define the Following Terms : Molal Elevation Constant (Kb) - Chemistry

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Define the following terms : Molal elevation constant (Kb)

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Solution 1

Molal elevation constant (Kb):

When 1 molal solution is prepared, the elevation in boiling point is called as molal boiling point elevation constant.

Solution 2

Molal elevation constant (Kb) is defined as the elevation in boiling point of a solution when one mole of a non volatile solute is dissolved in one kilogram of a volatile solvent.

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2013-2014 (March) All India Set 1

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