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Solution: Calculate the freezing point (0°C) of a 0.05500 m aqueous solution of NaNO3. The molal freezing-point-depression constant of water is 186°C/m.(i) -0.106 (ii) 0.0286 (iii) 0.102 (iv) -0.205 (v) -0.0562

Problem

Calculate the freezing point (0°C) of a 0.05500 m aqueous solution of NaNO3. The molal freezing-point-depression constant of water is 186°C/m.

(i) -0.106 

(ii) 0.0286 

(iii) 0.102 

(iv) -0.205 

(v) -0.0562

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