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  • Q:

    A solute is placed inside of a solvent. It is noted that the solute has very strong attractive forces with the solvent. In a plot of Gibbs free energy versus temperature, what can be inferred about the y-intercept of the graph of the pure solvent and the solvent with solute?

     

    A

    The pure solvent will intersect the y-intercept lower than the impure solvent.

    B

    The pure solvent will intersect the y-intercept higher than the impure solvent.

    C

    The pure solvent will intersect the y-intercept at the same level as the impure solvent.

    D

    There is not enough information to tell.




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