The solution and its colligative
properties are akin to coolant in a car radiator.
trehalose and/or glucose) and polyols (e.g., glycerol, sorbitol or inositol) function as colligative
and/or non-colligative cryoprotectants, enhancing the level of cold hardiness and thus increasing the chances of winter survival (Gekko and Timasheff, 1981; Zachariassen, 1985; Storey and Storey, 1991; Lee, 1991; Kostal et al., 2001, 2004).
However, as the filler content further increased, the thermal stability decreased modestly indeed resulting from a simple colligative
thermodynamic effect of an impurity on a bulk solution.
This is a part of the effects of enlarged body fluid volume arising from its colligative
properties with exerting osmotic forces for retaining body water.
However, there is one colligative
property of increasing altitude that is not dependent on microsite--decreasing atmospheric pressure (e.g.
The 28 experiments include specific heats of substances, chromatography, reaction stoichiometry, gravimetric analysis of a chloride compound, the concentration of acetic acid in vinegar, colligative
properties, and gas laws.
In practice, these water contents are considered to be negligible, since the osmotic pressure of many solutions increases more than linearly with concentration, and because of colligative
properties of the cellular ultrastructure.
Sweeteners functionalities--which include sweetness, flavor and flavor enhancement, freezing point depression, boiling point elevation, caramelization, texturization, moisture management, and heat of dissolution--are largely determined by the size, molecular weight, solubility and colligative
properties of the agent in question.