Problem: The approximate surface temperature of the Arctic Ocean is -1.8°C, which is the freezing point of salt water. Assuming NaCl is the predominant salt in seawater, what is the molality of NaCl in seawater?   

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The approximate surface temperature of the Arctic Ocean is -1.8°C, which is the freezing point of salt water. Assuming NaCl is the predominant salt in seawater, what is the molality of NaCl in seawater? 

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