Pure Benzene Freezes At 5.4° C. A Solution Of 0.223 G Of Phenyl Acetic Acid (C6H5CH2COOH) In 4.4 G Of Benzene (Kf= 5.12 K Kg Mol- 1) Freezes At 4.47° C. From This Observation, One Can Conclude That.

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Bhushan Mudliyar 1 Year Ago
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Pure Benzene freezes at 5.4° C. A solution of 0.223 g of phenyl acetic acid (C6H5CH2COOH) in

4.4 g of benzene (Kf= 5.12 K kg mol- 1) freezes at 4.47° C. From this observation, one can

conclude that.

(1) phenyl acetic acid exists as such in benzene

(2) phenyl acetic acid undergoes partial ionization in benzene

(3) phenyl acetic acid undergoes complete ionization in benzene

(4) phenyl aoetic acid 1!.lrmeriz-esin benzene

asked Jun 14 5:33:37 PM

Bhushan Mudliyar

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