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This is more of a conceptual question. Let's say that we are given different aqueous solutions and we are asked to choose the one with the highest freezing point depression, which do we choose? Is there a pattern? do we choose the one with salts inside of it?

Example question

Which aqueous solution exhibits the largest freezing point depression? a)1.0 m KBr (C) 0.5 m MgCl2 (B) 0.75 m C6H12O6 (D) 0.25 m Ga2(SO4)3

Which aqueous solution exhibits the largest freezing point depression? $$\begin{align}(\mathrm{A})&\ 1.0\ \mathrm{M}\ \ce{KBr} & (\mathrm{C})&\ 0.5\ \mathrm{M}\ \ce{MgCl2} \\ (\mathrm{B})&\ 0.75\ \mathrm{M}\ \ce{C6H12O6}& (\mathrm{D}) &\ 0.25\ \mathrm{M}\ \ce{Ga2(SO4)3}\end{align}$$

now this question is a bit different because it has concentrations, so do we choose the one with the highest concentrations or the one with salts?

BTW

The answer is A)

But my hypothesis is that we only look at the ones that contains salts/ions inside of them and then the one with the highest concentration. Please let me know if this is correct or not

Question

This is more of a conceptual question. Let's say that we are given different aqueous solutions and we are asked to choose the one with the highest freezing point depression, which do we choose? Is there a pattern? do we choose the one with salts inside of it?

Example question

Which aqueous solution exhibits the largest freezing point depression? a)1.0 m KBr (C) 0.5 m MgCl2 (B) 0.75 m C6H12O6 (D) 0.25 m Ga2(SO4)3

now this question is a bit different because it has concentrations, so do we choose the one with the highest concentrations or the one with salts?

BTW

The answer is A)

But my hypothesis is that we only look at the ones that contains salts/ions inside of them and then the one with the highest concentration. Please let me know if this is correct or not

Question

This is more of a conceptual question. Let's say that we are given different aqueous solutions and we are asked to choose the one with the highest freezing point depression, which do we choose? Is there a pattern? do we choose the one with salts inside of it?

Example question

Which aqueous solution exhibits the largest freezing point depression? $$\begin{align}(\mathrm{A})&\ 1.0\ \mathrm{M}\ \ce{KBr} & (\mathrm{C})&\ 0.5\ \mathrm{M}\ \ce{MgCl2} \\ (\mathrm{B})&\ 0.75\ \mathrm{M}\ \ce{C6H12O6}& (\mathrm{D}) &\ 0.25\ \mathrm{M}\ \ce{Ga2(SO4)3}\end{align}$$

now this question is a bit different because it has concentrations, so do we choose the one with the highest concentrations or the one with salts?

BTW

The answer is A)

But my hypothesis is that we only look at the ones that contains salts/ions inside of them and then the one with the highest concentration. Please let me know if this is correct or not

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How to determine which aqueous solution has the largest freezing point depression

Question

This is more of a conceptual question. Let's say that we are given different aqueous solutions and we are asked to choose the one with the highest freezing point depression, which do we choose? Is there a pattern? do we choose the one with salts inside of it?

Example question

Which aqueous solution exhibits the largest freezing point depression? a)1.0 m KBr (C) 0.5 m MgCl2 (B) 0.75 m C6H12O6 (D) 0.25 m Ga2(SO4)3

now this question is a bit different because it has concentrations, so do we choose the one with the highest concentrations or the one with salts?

BTW

The answer is A)

But my hypothesis is that we only look at the ones that contains salts/ions inside of them and then the one with the highest concentration. Please let me know if this is correct or not