Problem: Which solution has the lower freezing point? (a) 11.0 g of CH3OH in 100. g of H2O or 22.0 g of CH3CH2OH in 200. g of H2O

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Which solution has the lower freezing point?

(a) 11.0 g of CH3OH in 100. g of H2O
or 22.0 g of CH3CH2OH in 200. g of H2O

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