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The answer is A. 19.04 mm Hg.

According to Raoult's law, the vapor pressure (p) in a solution with a non-volatile solute is equal to the product of mole fraction of solvent (x1) and vapor pressure of the solvent (p1).

Therefore,

p= p1x1

Now,

Given:

Vapour pressure of Water (p1): 23.8mmHg

Mole fraction of sugar (x2) = 0.2

Hence,

Mole Fraction of Water (x1) = 1-x2 = 1-0.2= 0.8.

Thus,

p = p1x1

p= 23.80.8

p= 19.04

Hence, the vapor pressure of the aqueous solution is 19.04 mm Hg.

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The basic difference between CPT codes and HCPC codes is that HCPC is a different version of CPT. HCPC codes mainly deal with things like ambulances, drug administration, and surgery supplies. In addition, HCPC codes are typically numerical at the bottom level and have letters mixed in at higher levels.

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