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If each substance listed here costs the same amount per kilogram, which would be most cost-effective as a way to lower the freezing point of water? (Assume complete dissociation for all ionic compounds.) Explain. a. HOCH2CH2OH b. NaCl c. KCl d. MgCl2 e. SrCl2

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