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 2 added 112 characters in body edited Aug 11 '15 at 11:40 Ben Norris 35.7k77 gold badges9191 silver badges150150 bronze badges theThe relationship of osmotic pressure and molecular weight is given by the equation;equation pi/C=RT/Mr in $$\dfrac{\pi}{C}=\dfrac{\mathrm{R}T}{M_r}$$ In a graph of pi/C$$\frac{\pi}{C}$$ against C$$C$$ the intercept is $$\mathrm{intercept}=\dfrac{\mathrm{R}T}{M_r}$$ where intercept=Rt/Mr where C- concentration R- gas constant T- absolute temperature Mr- molecular weight $$C=$$ concentration $$\mathrm{R}=$$ gas constant $$T=$$ absolute temperature $$M_r=$$ molecular weight the relationship of osmotic pressure and molecular weight is given by the equation; pi/C=RT/Mr in a graph of pi/C against C the intercept=Rt/Mr where C- concentration R- gas constant T- absolute temperature Mr- molecular weight The relationship of osmotic pressure and molecular weight is given by the equation $$\dfrac{\pi}{C}=\dfrac{\mathrm{R}T}{M_r}$$ In a graph of $$\frac{\pi}{C}$$ against $$C$$ the intercept is $$\mathrm{intercept}=\dfrac{\mathrm{R}T}{M_r}$$ where $$C=$$ concentration $$\mathrm{R}=$$ gas constant $$T=$$ absolute temperature $$M_r=$$ molecular weight 1 answered Aug 11 '15 at 9:25 joseph's the chemist 2522 bronze badges the relationship of osmotic pressure and molecular weight is given by the equation; pi/C=RT/Mr in a graph of pi/C against C the intercept=Rt/Mr where C- concentration R- gas constant T- absolute temperature Mr- molecular weight