Problem: Which of the following choices shows the correct arrangement of the given aqueous solutions in order of lowest freezing point to highest freezing point?   I) 0.10 m HBrII) 0.35 m KOHIII) 0.20 m MgCl2 IV) 0.15 m HF? a) IV, I, III, IIb) I, II, III, IVc) III, I, IV, IId) II, III, IV, Ie) some other order

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Which of the following choices shows the correct arrangement of the given aqueous solutions in order of lowest freezing point to highest freezing point?  

 I) 0.10 m HBr

II) 0.35 m KOH

III) 0.20 m MgCl2 

IV) 0.15 m HF? 

a) IV, I, III, II

b) I, II, III, IV

c) III, I, IV, II

d) II, III, IV, I

e) some other order

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