# How do you calculate boiling point of a mixture?

$\Delta {T}_{\text{boiling"=m_"molality of solute}} \times {K}_{b}$..where ${K}_{b}$ is the so-called ebullioscopic constant....${K}_{b} \left({H}_{2} O\right) = 0.512 \cdot K \cdot m o l \cdot k {g}^{-} 1$.. Solvents with higher values of ${K}_{b}$, e.g. acetic acid, cyclohexane, are sometimes used in preference to water if solubility allows....and in this way, measurement of molecular masses of the SOLUTES may be obtained....