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Boiling point increases on adding more solute because the intermolecular forces between solute and solvent increases and it becomes more difficult to break the forces. Is it correct? Can you tell a proper explanation on the same basis for this and freezing point depression

Boiling point increases on adding more solute because the intermolecular forces between solute and solvent increases and it becomes more difficult to break the forces. Is it correct? Can you tell a proper explanation on the same basis for this and freezing point depression

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Vikas TU
14149 Points
4 years ago

Yes it is right , as intermolecular powers between the solute and dissolvable increments. 
When you add Solute to water, the particles separate into cations and anions .These charged particles modify the intermolecular strengths between water atoms. Notwithstanding influencing the hydrogen holding between water particles, there is a particle dipole association to consider. 

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