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The average particle mass in colloidal solutions can be determined by


(a) elevation in boiling point
(b) elevation in freezing point
(c) relative lowering in vapour pressure
(d) osmotic pressure
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  • The only measurable colligative property of colloidal solution is osmotic pressure.
Answer: osmotic pressure
The only measurable colligative property of colloidal solution is osmotic pressure. This is due to very large particle mass.
answered Mar 17, 2014 by mosymeow_1
 

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