﻿ The aqueous 0.01 m of [Co(NH3/6]2 [Co(NH3)(NO2)5]3 is expected to have the depression of freezing point (Kf for water = 1.86 K/m) : Kaysons Education

# The Aqueous 0.01 M Of [Co(NH3/6]2 [Co(NH3)(NO2)5]3 is Expected To Have The Depression Of Freezing Point (Kf for Water = 1.86 K/m)

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Correct option is

0.093oC

The compound dissociates into 5 ions as :

The effective molality

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