Work so far... Molality = mol solute/ kg solvent Molarity = mol solute/ L solution
So for molarity to exceed molality in the same solution, the numerical value of kg of solvent > L of solution From my experience this never happens. However by applying this to a very dense solvent, could the mass of solvent actually exceed the combined volume of solvent and solute. I am aware that volumes are not additive, and so if the density of a solvent is 10 g/ mL the density 10 times of water and 0.5 M 2 L of HCl is added to 4 L of solvent, mass of solvent would be 40 Kg solvent could the volume actually be greater then 40 L? Is there an example of a physical system where molality is lower then molarity.?