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Solution: Circle the molecule or solution with the…1. greatest vapor pressure.          F2    Cl2    Br2    I22. greatest boiling point.        CH3OCH2CH 2CH3CH 3OCH 2OCH3 HOCH2CH2CH2CH3HOCH2CH2CH2OH                                            3. greatest solubility in water.CH3CH2CH3 CH2OCH2CH3CH2OH         4. lowest freezing point.0.1 M Na 2SO 4(aq)0.1 M NaClO 4(aq)           0.1 M glucose(aq)5. greatest vapor pressure of water above the solution.    0.2 M Na2SO 4(aq)0.4 M NaClO4(aq)    0.5 M glucose(aq) 

Solution: Circle the molecule or solution with the…1. greatest vapor pressure.          F2    Cl2    Br2    I22. greatest boiling point.        CH3OCH2CH 2CH3CH 3OCH 2OCH3 HOCH2CH2CH2CH3HOCH2CH2CH2OH           

Problem

Circle the molecule or solution with the…

1. greatest vapor pressure.          

F2    Cl2    Br2    I2

2. greatest boiling point.        

CH3OCH2CH 2CH3

CH 3OCH 2OCH3 

HOCH2CH2CH2CH3

HOCH2CH2CH2OH                                            

3. greatest solubility in water.

CH3CH2CH3 

CH2OCH2

CH3CH2OH         

4. lowest freezing point.

0.1 M Na 2SO 4(aq)

0.1 M NaClO 4(aq)           

0.1 M glucose(aq)

5. greatest vapor pressure of water above the solution.    

0.2 M Na2SO 4(aq)

0.4 M NaClO4(aq)    

0.5 M glucose(aq)