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    Freezing points of NaCl and FeCl3 in water

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    Are the freezing points of 1.00m solutions of NaCl in water, and FeCl3 in water the same or different? Explain.

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    For dilute solutions, the decrease in freezing point is directly proportional to the number of moles of solute particles dissolved ...

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    The solution explains the theory surrounding this question of different compounds' freezing points in water in order to answer whether or not they are equal.