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Grade: 12

                        

Which of the following 0.1 m aqueous solution will has the lowest freezing point? A) Al2(SO4)3 B) C6H12O6 C) KI D) C12H22O11

5 months ago

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Vikash Kumar
20 Points
							
Potassium sulphate
Sodium chloride
Urea
Glucose
Answer :
A
Solution :
Urea and glucose do not dissociate in solution. Sodium chloride gives two ions and potassium sulphate gives three ions per formula unit. Therefore, the effective number of particles is maximum in potassium sulphate, and it shows the maximum depression in freezing point.
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