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Salt dissolves more quickly in water when the water molecules are moving very quickly. In which of these water samples would salt dissolve most slowly? (2 points) A) water at 15°C B) water at 50°C C) water at 75°C D) water at 98°C
Salt would dissolve most slowly in water at 15°C.
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