1. Consider the use of the solid camphor (freezing point is 179.5 oC) as a solvent for freezing point depression.
a. Describe, using the definition of freezing point depression, how you would determine Kf for camphor.
b. Knowing that Kf for camphor is 40 oC/m, determine the freezing point of a 0.14m solution of reserpine, assuming it is a non-electrolyte
c. In actuality reserpine is a weakly ionic material that only partially dissociates. In a separate experiment, you determine that the reserpine is 12.4 % dissociated. Taking this into account, determine the actual freezing point of the solution.
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