I have some problems with these properties. 1) Lowering vapor pressure and boiling point. It happens because the solute molecules take space in the surface of the liquid so a lower number of the liquid molecules change to the gas form. Also the vapor pressure increases when you increase the temperature of the liquid because more molecules get to escape into a form of gas.
So the real question here, What makes boiling point related to vapor pressure? I have read a lot of articles about that.. The definition of boiling point is the temperature at which the vapor pressure of a liquid is equal to the pressure of the atmosphere on the liquid. Which will rapidly increase the rate of forming gas but why does that happen? It says because of the vapor pressure balanced the atmospheric pressure which makes bubbles form. How does it exactly balance out? Isnt pressure in all directions? How can you be sure that it balances out? Also, Bubbles are created at the bottom of the liquid, How does atmospheric pressure affect it?
2) Same applies to Freezing points.
I need a microscopic explanation. Also without some advanced chemistry complexity.