Which of the following solutes will lower the freezing point the most in 1 L H₂O? A) 1 mol NaI B) 1 mol KI C) 1 mol MgI₂ D) All would lower the freezing point equally

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Which of the following solutes will lower the freezing point the most in 1 L H₂O?
A) 1 mol NaI
B) 1 mol KI
C) 1 mol MgI₂
D) All would lower the freezing point equally
 

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