What mass of glucose
What mass of glucose (180.0 g/m) must be added to 0.50 kg of water to increase the boiling point of the solution by 2.0 degrees C? (Kbp = 0.52 degrees C/mol)
a. 3.8g of glucose
b. 190g of glucose
c. 350g of glucose
d. none of the above
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