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Why is Molality of a Solution Independent of Temperature? - Chemistry

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Why is molality of a solution independent of temperature?

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Molality:
Molality is amount of solute per mass of solvent. So, the concentration of solvent is expressed in terms of mass, and the mass of a substance is not affected by the change in temperature. Hence, molality is independent of temperature.

Concept: Expressing Concentration of Solutions
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