Dissolving a solute such as KCl in a solvent such as water results in a solution.In comparison with pure solvent (water), the solution shows: A)an...
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Dissolving a solute such as KCl in a solvent such as water results in a solution. In comparison with pure solvent

(water), the solution shows:

               A) an increase in the melting point.     B) a decrease in the boiling point.

               C) a decrease in the vapor pressure.     D) no change in the boiling point.

               E) none of the above.

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