Problem: Kf = 1.86°C/m for water. We observe the freezing points of four different aqueous solutions as follows: Solution A freezes at -0.10°C Solution B freezes at -4.00°C Solution C freezes at -10.00°C; and Solution D freezes at -13.00°C. In each solution, the solute is a non-volatile non-electrolyte. Which solution should be expected to have the highest boiling point? 1. Solution D 2. Solution B 3. Solution A 4. Solution C  

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Kf = 1.86°C/m for water.

We observe the freezing points of four different aqueous solutions as follows:
Solution A freezes at -0.10°C
Solution B freezes at -4.00°C
Solution C freezes at -10.00°C; and
Solution D freezes at -13.00°C.
In each solution, the solute is a non-volatile non-electrolyte. Which solution should be expected to have the highest boiling point?

1. Solution D

2. Solution B

3. Solution A

4. Solution C

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