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Which of the following compounds will melt ice at the lowest temperature? Sucrose, sodium chloride, or magnesium chloride?

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  1. delta T = i*Kf*m
    Therefore, for the same solvent and same molality, the ONLY difference is i. How many particles will you have in sucrose? in NaCl? in MgCl2?

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