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a soln of 1m concn . of asolute will have max. b.p. elevation when the solvent is - 1) ethyl alcohal 2)acetone 3) benzene 4) chloroform plz explain wid suitable reason

a soln of 1m concn . of asolute will have max. b.p. elevation when the solvent is - 1) ethyl alcohal   2)acetone   3) benzene  4) chloroform


 plz explain wid suitable reason

Grade:12

1 Answers

tarun kundhiya
16 Points
11 years ago

ethyl alcohol will have maximum boiling point due to H bonding

acetone will also form H bonding but less stable as two CH3 groups are attached  will make O more electron rich

 in C , D  there is no H bonding.

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