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Solution: Spontaneous dissolving under standard-state conditions at 25oC occurs with a mix of: a. KNO3 & n-butanol b. I2 & CH2Cl2 c. CaCO3 & hexane d. acetone & KNO3  

Problem

Spontaneous dissolving under standard-state conditions at 25oC occurs with a mix of:

a. KNO3 & n-butanol
b. I2 & CH2Cl2
c. CaCO3 & hexane
d. acetone & KNO3