Mechanism of Osmosis: Hulett’s Versus Lewis’ View of Altered Solvent in Solution

  • H. T. Hammel
  • A. R. Hargens


When solute is dissolved in solvent, many properties of the solvent are altered by the solute. The four colligative properties and all partial molar properties of the solution solvent differ from the same properties of pure solvent.


Vapor Pressure Molar Volume Applied Pressure Partial Molar Volume Pure Liquid 
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  • H. T. Hammel
  • A. R. Hargens

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