Consider a situation where we have two aqueous solutions which have the same concentration (e.g. 1 M), but the solute is different. For example, one is a solution of glucose, and the other is a solution of ethanol.
I am aware that dissolving something in water can lead to changes in boiling point (e.g. elevation). But would the boiling points of these two solutions be affected in the same manner, given that the concentration of the solute is the same? Or will the exact boiling point depend on the chemical species that is dissolved?