Colligative Properties

Colligative Properties:

The dilute solutions of non-volatile solutes exhibit certain characteristic properties called colligative properties. The properties of solutions which do not depend upon the nature of the solute but depend only on the number of particles (molecules or ions) of the solute i.e., on the molar concentration of the solute are called colligative properties.

The four important colligative properties are-

Structures of Simple Ionic CompoundsElectrochemical Cell (Galvanic Cell or Voltaic Cell)
Electrical Properties of SolidsPhenomenon of Electrolysis
Dielectric Properties of SolidsAdsorption-Types and Applications
Measurement of Electrolytic ConductanceModern ABC of Chemistry Class-12 Part I & Part II (Set of 2 Books)

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