In a freezing point depression lab, if the mass of the pure solvent is 15 grams, why is the unknown solute mass should only be between 0.8-0.12
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In a freezing point depression lab, if the mass of the pure solvent

is 15 grams, why is the unknown solute mass should only be between 0.8-0.12 grams? And why shouldn't the mass of the solute in three runs of the experiment be weighed out at once but only when we're ready?

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