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The average particle mass in colloidal solutions can be determined by

(a) Elevation in boiling point \[\] (b) Depression in freezing point \[\] (c) Relative lowering in vapour pressure \[\] (d) Osmotic pressure

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Answer : Osmotic pressure
Explanation :
The only measurable colligative property property of colloidal solutions is osmotic pressure . This is due to very large particle mass .
answered Mar 18, 2014 by yamini.v