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A solute depresses the freezing point because the solute A. is colder than the solvent. B. tends to sink to the bottom of the solution. C. has bigger molecules than the solvent. D. disrupts crystal
formation of the solvent.
A solute depresses the freezing point because the solute D. disrupts crystal formation of the solvent. [ ]
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