Problem: At -12.0°C (a common temperature for household freezers), what is the maximum mass of fructose (C6H12O6) you can add to 1.00 kg of pure water and still have the solution freeze? Assume that fructose is a molecular solid and does not ionize when it dissolves in water. Kf values are given here.

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At -12.0°C (a common temperature for household freezers), what is the maximum mass of fructose (C6H12O6) you can add to 1.00 kg of pure water and still have the solution freeze? Assume that fructose is a molecular solid and does not ionize when it dissolves in water. Kf values are given here.

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