Problem: What is the boiling point of an aqueous solution of 1.2 m CaCl 2?  A. 101.8°CB. 103.6°CC. 100.4°CD. 101.2°CE. 100.6°C

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What is the boiling point of an aqueous solution of 1.2 m CaCl 2

 A. 101.8°C

B. 103.6°C

C. 100.4°C

D. 101.2°C

E. 100.6°C

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