Problem: The melting point of an impure compound is generally(A) higher than that of the pure solid(B) the same as that of the pure solid(C) lower than that of the pure solid(D) a function of the vapor pressure of the impurity

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The melting point of an impure compound is generally

(A) higher than that of the pure solid

(B) the same as that of the pure solid

(C) lower than that of the pure solid

(D) a function of the vapor pressure of the impurity

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