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The freezing point of a liquid is the temperature at which the forces of attraction among molecules are just enough to cause a phase change from the liquid state to the solid state. It is the temperature at which the liquid and solid phases exist in equilibrium. Use this intriguing activity to introduce your students to freezing point depression.

Concepts

  • Molecules
  • Ions
  • Freezing Point Depression