# A solution that contains #"13.2 g"# of solute in #"250 g"# of #"CCl"_4# freezes at #-33^@ "C"#. What is the FW of the solute? #T_f^"*"# of #"CCl"_4# is #-22.8^@ "C"# and its #K_f = -29.8^@ "C/m"#.

You can think of this as just an extension of freezing point depression into solvents that aren't water. Thus, refer to the freezing point depression equation:

where:

The molality is what we can end up using to get the formula mass ("FW") of the solute, so we would solve for the molality.

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The formula weight (FW) of the solute is 260.6 g/mol.

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When evaluating a one-sided limit, you need to be careful when a quantity is approaching zero since its sign is different depending on which way it is approaching zero from. Let us look at some examples.

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