Which statements are true? (Select all that apply.) a) In the ionic strength range 0-0.1 M, activity coefficients increase with decreasing hydrated radius. b)In the ionic strength range 0-0.1 M, activity coefficients decrease with decreasing hydrated radius. c)In the ionic strength range 0-0.1 M, activity coefficients increase with increasing ionic charge.d)In the ionic strength range 0-0.1 M, activity coefficients decrease with increasing ionic charge. d)In the ionic strength range 0-0.1 M activity coefficients increase with increasing ionic strength. e)In the ionic strength range 0-0.1 M activity coefficients decrease with increasing ionic strength.

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Which statements are true? (Select all that apply.)

a) In the ionic strength range 0-0.1 M, activity coefficients increase with decreasing hydrated radius.
b)In the ionic strength range 0-0.1 M, activity coefficients decrease with decreasing hydrated radius.
c)In the ionic strength range 0-0.1 M, activity coefficients increase with increasing ionic charge.d)In the ionic strength range 0-0.1 M, activity coefficients decrease with increasing ionic charge.
d)In the ionic strength range 0-0.1 M activity coefficients increase with increasing ionic strength.
e)In the ionic strength range 0-0.1 M activity coefficients decrease with increasing ionic strength.

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