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AK28

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Find the freezing point of a 2.0m solution of CH3OH in chloroform, CHCl3. The normal freezing point of chloroform is -63.5°C. The kf for chloroform is 4.7°C/m.

Why wouldn't this be (-63.5 - (4.7x2x2))??

Wouldn't the methanol dissolve in Chloroform since they are both polar and like dissolves like?
 

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Methanol won't diassociate even if it dissolves. Van HOFF factor for organic compounds like alcohols sugars etc is 1.
 
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