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# Solution: Calculate the freezing temperature of a solution made by mixing 57.267 g of CaCl2 (MW = 110.98) in 350.00 g of water. k f = 1.86 C/mA. -2.74°CB. -11.02°CC. -8.23°CD. -0.96°CE. -2.88°C

###### Problem

Calculate the freezing temperature of a solution made by mixing 57.267 g of CaCl2 (MW = 110.98) in 350.00 g of water. k f = 1.86 C/m

A. -2.74°C

B. -11.02°C

C. -8.23°C

D. -0.96°C

E. -2.88°C

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