The freezing point of a 0.10m solution of mercury(I) nitrate is approximately -0.27 degrees celsius. Show that these data suggest that the formula of the mercury(I) ion is Hg2 2+

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  1. delta T = i*kf*m
    but I don't think the number you get suggests any plausible explanation for Hg2(NO3)2

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