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What happens as you decrease the temperature of a solution? The number of solute particles increases. The number of solute particles decreases. The rate of dissolution increases. The rate of dissolution decreases. The temperature has no effect on the rate of dissolution.

Daniel King

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Rodney Fox on March 1, 2018

Answer: Option (a) is the correct answer.Explanation:If the temperature of the solution is increased, then there will be more collision between the particles which results in more energy.Therefore, there will be a smaller number of particles in the solution.When we decrease the temperature of a solution, the energy of the solution of the molecules decreases. As a result, the number of solute particles increase in the solution.

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