Colligative properties: vapor pressure with an electrolyte

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I'm trying to figure out how an electrolyte affects vapour pressure in a solution. My book (Chang chemistry) only lists the formulas for osmotic pressure, boiling point and freezing point. I guess Raoult's law would be something like:

[tex]P_{1}=i X_{1} P^{1}_{o}[/tex]

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Borek
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In the case of electrolyte you may just assume its vapor pressure is zero, then follow the molar fraction proportional to vapor pressure path. Don't forget Van't Hoff factor.
 

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