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When 10grams of sodium chloride, NaCL,dissolves in 100grams of water, the freezing point of the water gose down to -5.9C. when 10grams of table sugar C H O, dissolves in 100grams of water, the freezing point only goes down to - 0.56C. how do yo0u account for this difference?

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