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If a solution containing components A and B follows Raoult's law then

(a) A-B attraction force is greater than A-A and B-B

(b) A-B attraction force is less than A-A and BB

(c) A-B attraction force remains same as A-A and B-B

(d) volume of solution is different from sum of volumes of solute and solvent.

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The correct option of this question is (c).

Explain : Raoult's law is valid for ideal solutions only.

A solution containing components of A and B behaves as an ideal solution when A-B attraction force remains same as A-A and B-B.

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