Test: MCAT Physical

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The addition of a nonvolatile solute to a solvent will raise its boiling point. This is because __________.

the solute increases the vapor pressure

the solute increases the heat capacity of the solvent

the solute reacts with the solvent and creates a product more resistant to temperature change

the solute causes more heat to be needed in order for the solution to have the same vapor pressure as the atmospheric pressure

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