# Question: Which One Of These Has The Highest Freezing Point?

## Why does freezing point depression occur?

Freezing point depression is the phenomena that describes why adding a solute to a solvent results in the lowering of the freezing point of the solvent.

When a substance starts to freeze, the molecules slow down due to the decreases in temperature, and the intermolecular forces start to take over..

## How do you calculate freezing point?

The freezing point depression ∆T = KF. m where KF is the molal freezing point depression constant and m is the molality of the solute. Rearrangement gives: mol solute = (m) x (kg solvent) where kg of solvent is the mass of the solvent (lauric acid) in the mixture. This gives the moles of the solute.

## What affects freezing point?

Molecules with stronger intermolecular forces are pulled together tightly to form a solid at higher temperatures, so their freezing point is higher. Molecules with lower intermolecular forces will not solidify until the temperature is lowered further.

## What is the highest freezing temperature?

noun Physical Chemistry. the temperature at which a liquid freezes: The freezing point of water is 32°F, 0°C.

## Which has lowest freezing point?

Remember, the greater the concentration of particles, the lower the freezing point will be. 0.1mCaI2 will have the lowest freezing point, followed by 0.1mNaCl, and the highest of the three solutions will be 0.1mC6H12O6, but all three of them will have a lower freezing point than pure water.

## Which has the minimum freezing point?

The aqueous solution of 0.01M NaCl has a minimum freezing point.

## What is freezing point?

Freezing point, temperature at which a liquid becomes a solid. As with the melting point, increased pressure usually raises the freezing point. The freezing point is lower than the melting point in the case of mixtures and for certain organic compounds such as fats.

## Which one of the following has highest freezing point?

(a) 1M glucose solution has highest freezing point because it has lowest ΔTf.

## What is the I in freezing point depression?

ΔTF, the freezing-point depression, is defined as TF (pure solvent) − TF (solution). … b is the molality (moles solute per kilogram of solvent) i is the van ‘t Hoff factor (number of ion particles per individual molecule of solute, e.g. i = 2 for NaCl, 3 for BaCl2).

## Why is freezing 32 degrees?

Some believe that Fahrenheit was a Freemason, and because there are 32 degrees of enlightenment, he chose to use 32 as the melting temperature of water.

## Which gas has the highest freezing point?

Carbon dioxideCarbon dioxide has the highest freezing point.

## What liquids dont freeze?

Liquid helium. It only condenses to a liquid at about 4 K. At standard pressures, helium remains a liquid all the way down to absolute zero (0 K). It can be made to solidify only under great pressures (25+ atmospheres) at very close to 0 K.

## What liquid Cannot freeze?

(Liquid helium is an example of a liquid that is difficult, though not impossible, to freeze. It must be put under about 25 atmospheres of pressure.)

## Why does solute lower freezing point?

The introduction of a solute reduces the activity of the liquid phase solvent, thereby reducing the rate of freezing. You can think of this reduction in activity as solute molecules “getting in the way” of solvent molecules from attaining the correct alignment for freezing at the surface.