1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Find the molar mass of a nonpolar molecular compound if 5.52 grams dissolved in 36.0 grams of benzene begins to freeze at -1.87 C? The freezing point of pure benzene is 5.50 C. The freezing point depression constant is -5.12. 2. Relevant equations (Change of temperature)=(FP constant)(molality) MM=moles/gram m=moles of solute/kg of solvent 3. The attempt at a solution The change in temperature is 5.50-(-1.87) which is 7.37. 7.37=5.12x --- x will equal .07. This equates to .07 moles of solute per solvent. I'm not sure what to do next to get the molar mass of the compound. Would I divide 5.52 by .07 moles? Thank you!