Problem: How many grams of antifreeze (C2H4(OH)2) would be required per 500 g of water to prevent the water from freezing at a temperature of −16°C ? The freezing point constant for water is 1.86 oC/m.  1. 216.946 2. 350.452 3. 417.204 4. 317.075 5. 267.011 6. 500.645 7. 300.387 8. 400.516 9. 183.57 10. 200.258 

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How many grams of antifreeze (C2H4(OH)2) would be required per 500 g of water to prevent the water from freezing at a temperature of −16°C ? The freezing point constant for water is 1.86 oC/m. 

1. 216.946

2. 350.452

3. 417.204

4. 317.075

5. 267.011

6. 500.645

7. 300.387

8. 400.516

9. 183.57

10. 200.258 

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