Using your knowledge of colligative properties explain whether sodium chloride or calcium chloride would be a more effective substance to melt the ice on a slick sidewalk

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Using your knowledge of colligative properties explain whether sodium chloride or calcium chloride would be a more effective substance to melt the ice on a slick sidewalk

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Think of the freezing point depression equation which would be \[\Delta T= i K f m \]. I represents the number of ions the salt dissociates into which salt given in the question dissolves into more ions?
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Alrighty so when a salt dissociates into a substance it breaks off into its respective ions.

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Then for NaCl it breaks into 2 ions being Na+ and Cl-. Then for CaCl2 it breaks into 3 ions that being 1 Ca2+ and 2Cl-.
This leaves us with the larger i factor of CaCl2.
I think the i is reffered to as the van't hoft factor to be specific.
Yes i is the van't Hoff dissociation factor
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Hang on, is this from a test?? I think I've solved a problem like this on a test before
Could be but this problem is extremely common in general chemistry courses.
yes its from a test. cheaters...

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