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Homework Help: 7th Science

Posted by randomchik on Wednesday, September 26, 2012 at 4:12pm.

the addition of 50 g of salt to a sample of pure water causes its freezing point to be reduced from 0.0 degrees Celsius to -3.15 degrees Celsius. determine how many degrees the freezing point dropped for every 10 g of salt added.

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