Vapor Pressure & Effect of Solute: Guided Reading & Practice – Distance Learning



~High School Chemistry Essential Lesson – NYS Regents Standards~

This lesson is on:

  • Relating Vapor Pressure to Temperature, Using the Vapor Pressure of Four Liquids Reference Table, Boiling Point at Normal Atmospheric Pressure.
  • Effect of Ionic and Molecular Solutes on Properties of Water, Boiling Point Elevation and Freezing Point Depression.

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