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Chemistry, 08.11.2019 05:31 sarahmckee69

What is the colligative property that means a solution typically has a measurably highter boiling point than a pure solvent alone?

a) osmotic pressure
b) boiling point elevation
c) boiling point alleviation
d) vapor-pressure lowering

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