Problem: Why does the solubility of NaCl only increase slowly with water temperature?A. ΔSsol > 0 but small in magnitudeB. ΔSsol < 0 but small in magnitudeC. ΔHsol > 0 but small in magnitudeD. ΔHsol < 0 but small in magnitudeE. it has a very large lattice energy

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Why does the solubility of NaCl only increase slowly with water temperature?

A. ΔSsol > 0 but small in magnitude

B. ΔSsol < 0 but small in magnitude

C. ΔHsol > 0 but small in magnitude

D. ΔHsol < 0 but small in magnitude

E. it has a very large lattice energy

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