We are learning Colligative properties in class, I am fine with finding the freezing and boiling points etc. But when he gave us this question, I got really confused on how to approach it because it is asking for volume... Here it is. Thanks
You are planning on driving north to ski over Christmas break and you know that the coldest temperature may get is -10.0 degrees C. As you live in SC, your radiator is filled only with water, therefore, you want to add the correct amount of antifreeze to protect your car's radiator, which has a volume of 7.00L. Pure water freezes at exactly 0 degrees C and has a density= 1.000 g/ml. Water has a freezing temp of 1.86 degrees C/m. Antifreeze, MW 62.068 g/mol has a density of 1.1132 g/ml.
--What volume of antifreeze and what volume of water must be mixed together in order to have a total volume of solution that is 7.00L and which will not freeze until the temperature drops below -10.0 degrees C?