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Posted by Fisher on Wednesday, March 21, 2012 at 8:37pm.

I have the answer but how do you solve for this problem:
What is the freezing point of a sugar solution prepared by dissolving 375.00g of sucrose (342.3g/mol) in 1500.0g of water (Kf of water=1.86 degrees Celcius)?

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