• anonymous
HELP PLZ I WILL MEDAL AND FAN PLZ HELP In school, Jarrett learned that salt lowers the freezing point of water. He wants to test this in a home experiment. He combines 1.0 grams of salt and 500 milliliters of water in a container. In an identical container, he pours 500 milliliters of water and does not add salt to it. what should jarret do next?
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  • anonymous
A Place the salt water in a freezer and the pure water in a refrigerator. BMix the two samples of water together in a 1.0-liter container, and bring them to a boil on a stove. CPlace the pure water in a freezer and the salt water in a refrigerator. DPlace both containers in a freezer, and record the temperatures at which they begin to freeze.

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