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1. You begin pouring sodium chloride into a glass of water. For a long time, the sodium chloride just dissolves in the water, but suddenly it begins to pile up at the bottom of the glass. Which statement is true?
o A. The sodium chloride has increased the temperature of the water.
o B. The sodium chloride has decreased the temperature of the water.
o C. The water is unsaturated.
o D. The water is saturated.

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