chemistry(check my answer)

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The freezing point of a solution is
A. lower than the freezing point of the solvent alone because higher temperature is required to accelerate solvent molecular motion enough to overcome obstructon by solute particles..
B. higher than the freezing point of the solvent alone because higher temperature is required to accelerate solvent molecular motion enough to overcome obstruction by solute particles.
C. lower than the freezing point of the solvent alone because lower temperature is required to accelerate solvent molecular motion enough to overcome obstruction by solute particles.
D. lower than the freezing point of the solvent alone because lower temperature is required to slow solvent molecular motion enough to overcome obstruction by solute particles.
E. None of these are true.
i think it's D, am i right

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    I can't find the question. You may want to find the question, copy it, then copy the second post and resubmit as a combined set of one.

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