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7. Study Figure 8-1. When the ionic compound KI is dissolved in water, the I– ions are pulled into solution by the attraction between (1 point)the K+ and I– ions. the K+ ion and the negative end of a water molecule. the I– ion and the negative end of a water molecule. the I– ion and the positive end of a water molecule. 8. A salt is dissolved in water, which has a freezing point of 0°C. The freezing point of the solution will be (1 point)greater than 0 °C. less than 0 °C. exactly equal to 0 °C. You cannot predict a change in freezing point. 9. In an exothermic reaction, th

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