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Boiling Point Elevation Calculator
A liquid has a higher boiling point than a pure solvent
- i = Boiling point of pure solvent (T_solvent)
- Kb = Ebullioscopic constant (K_b)
- m = Molality (m)
Defination / Uses
When another compound is added to a liquid (a solvent), the boiling point of the liquid (a solvent) raises, implying that a solution has a higher boiling point than a pure solvent. Boiling point elevation can be used to find the molar mass of a solute.
How to Calculate Boiling Point Elevation ?
- Enter Boiling point of pure solvent, in °C
- Enter Ebullioscopic constant Kb kg/mol
- Enter molality mol/kg
- In Result Display Boiling Point Elevation and Boiling Point of the solution
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