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Solution: CaCl2 has a solubility of 74 g/100g water at 20 oC. If 37g of CaCl2 are dissolved in 50 g of water at 20oC, consider the following statements:I. The solution is at equilibriumII. The solution is unsat

Problem

CaClhas a solubility of 74 g/100g water at 20 oC. If 37g of CaCl2 are dissolved in 50 g of water at 20oC, consider the following statements:

I. The solution is at equilibrium

II. The solution is unsaturated

III. The solution is saturated

IV. The solution is supersaturated

Which statements are true?

A. I, II            

B. I, III                       

C. I, IV           

D. III              

E. II