Define degrees c freezing point acetic acid
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A 0.996g sample of an unknown was dissolved in 10.2 g acetic acid. If the freezing point depression of the solution was 4.13°C, find the molar mass of the unknown. 16.6 degrees C freezing point acetic acid and 3.90 degrees C*kg/mol?

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