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Do volatile solutes affect the vapour pressure of solutions?

The covered surface explanation is a kinetic explanation while the net evaporation is still ongoing. It does not provide the thermodynamic explanation when at equilibrium. While it slows down ...
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Dihydrogenphosphate and hydrogenphosphate buffer solution

Here dihydrogenphosphate ion $\ce{H2PO4^-}$ is the acid and monohydrogenphosphate ion $\ce{HPO4^{2-}}$is the base. Both ions are not strong. The corresponding donation of proton equation is : $$\ce{...
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What is the exact definition of isotonic solutions?

Note that the value of the osmotic pressure is NOT equal to the difference of the solvent vapor pressures between the solution and the pure solvent. It is MUCH bigger than that. Water vapor pressure ...
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