Salts such as sodium chloride and Calcium chloride lower the freezing points of aqueous solutions. The reason why this occurs is that
A it is necessary to cool the solution further to compensate for the heat of solution of the salts
B the dissolved salts increase the density of the solution.
C the ions from the dissolved salts interfere with the formation of ice crystals.
D the dissolved salts lower the vapor pressure of the solution.
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which do you think it is?
Keep in mind that you have NaCl \(\rightarrow\) Na\(^+\) and Cl\(^-\)
which can attract positive and negative charges due to their charges.
I thought it was C because adding ions because i thought that would lower freezing point.
I will go for C as well cuz freezing pont is a colligative property hence it depends on the no. of dissolved particles. !