Chemistry Practice Problems Freezing Point Depression Practice Problems Solution: Consider a solution of 0.10 m CH3F dissolved in wa...

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Solution: Consider a solution of 0.10 m CH3F dissolved in water.  The Kf of water is 1.86°C/m. Determine if the statements below is either true or false. Hydrogen bonding will exist between CH3F and H2O.  London dispersion will exist between CH3F and H2O. ` The electron geometry of CH3F is tetrahedral.  Carbon and Fluorine have the same number of core electrons. This solution can be made by adding 3.4 g of CH 3F to 1.0 kg of water.  The freezing point of the solution is −0.186°C.

Problem

Consider a solution of 0.10 m CH3F dissolved in water.  The Kof water is 1.86°C/m. Determine if the statements below is either true or false.

Hydrogen bonding will exist between CH3F and H2O. 

London dispersion will exist between CH3F and H2O. `

The electron geometry of CH3F is tetrahedral. 

Carbon and Fluorine have the same number of core electrons.

This solution can be made by adding 3.4 g of CH 3F to 1.0 kg of water. 

The freezing point of the solution is −0.186°C.