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**Solution**

**1. Mole fraction (x)**

if the number of moles of A and B are nA and nB respectrively, the mole fraction of A and B will be

X_{A}= X/n_{A}+n_{B} , AND X_{B} = n_{B} / n_{A}+n_{B}

2. **Molarity (M) **= Moles of solute/ Volume of solution in litres

3. **Moality (m) **= Moles of solute / Mass of solvent in kilograms

4. **Parts per million (ppm) **= Number of parts of the component 106 /Total number of parts of all components of the solution

5. **Raoult’s law for a solution of volatile solute in volatile solvent ****:**

p_{A} = p_{A}° x_{A}

p_{B} = p_{B}° x_{B}

Where p_{A} and p_{B} are partial vapour pressures of component ‘A’ and component ‘B’ in solution. p_{A}° and p_{B}° are vapour pressures of pure components ‘A’ and ‘B’ respectively.

6. **Raoults law for a solution of non-volatile solute and volatile ****solvent :**

p °_{A} – p °_{A}/ p °_{A} = *i n _{B} /n_{A} = *

*i W*(for dilute solution)

_{B}* M_{A}/ M_{B}* W_{A}Where xB is mole fraction of solute, *i *is van’t Hoff factor and A A

p °_{A} – p °_{A} / p_{A} ° IS Nrelative lowering of vapour pressure.

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