Problem: NOTE: Glucose is a nonelectrolyte.Consider 0.01  m aqueous solutions of each of the following:a) Nal;b) CaCl2;c) K3PO4; andd) C6H12O6 glucoseArrange the solutions in order of freezing point from lowest to highest. Assume that each compound behaves ideally.1. None of these2. a, d, b, c3. c, d, a, b4. c, b, d, a5. d, a, b, c6. a, b, c, d7. d, c, b, a8. b, a, d, c

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NOTE: Glucose is a nonelectrolyte.

Consider 0.01  m aqueous solutions of each of the following:

a) Nal;

b) CaCl2;

c) K3PO4; and

d) C6H12O6 glucose

Arrange the solutions in order of freezing point from lowest to highest. Assume that each compound behaves ideally.

1. None of these

2. a, d, b, c

3. c, d, a, b

4. c, b, d, a

5. d, a, b, c

6. a, b, c, d

7. d, c, b, a

8. b, a, d, c

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