How to determine the Van't Hoff factor of a substance from its formula?

The van’t Hoff factor, i, is the number of particles formed in a solution from one formula unit of solute. The van’t Hoff factor is a relation between the ideal value of a solution’s colligative properties and the observed colligative properties. The formula for determining the van’t Hoff factor is i = measured value/calculated value. ‘ i’ does not depend on the concentration of the solution.

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