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Solution: A solution of potassium hydroxide is in equilibrium with undissolved solute at 45°C. What will happen if the temperature is raised to 50°C?(ΔHsoln = -57.6 kJ/mol)A) The mass of dissolved KOH will incr

Problem

A solution of potassium hydroxide is in equilibrium with undissolved solute at 45°C. What will happen if the temperature is raised to 50°C?
(ΔHsoln = -57.6 kJ/mol)

A) The mass of dissolved KOH will increase.

B) The mass of dissolved KOH will decrease.

C) The mass of dissolved KOH will be unchanged.

D) The mass of water in the solution will increase.

E) More information is needed in order to make a reliable prediction.