# thats all I know 5. What mass of bacta (FW: 192.095 g/m ambori to give a...

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5. What mass of bacta (FW: 192.095 g/m ambori to give a solution with a freezing po of bacta (FW: 192.095 g/mol), a nonelectrolyte, must be dissolved in 5000.0 g of "give a solution with a freezing point of -1.50°C? What is that solution's boiling the normal boiling point of ambori is 84°C. The Krof ambori is 39.7°C/m and the Ko of ambori is 2.34°C/m. (10 points)

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