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At $$283 K$$ a saturated solution of solid $$X$$ can be prepared by dissolving $$21.0 g$$ of it in $$100 g$$ of water. The maximum amount of $$X$$ which can be dissolved in $$100 g$$ of water at $$313 K$$ is $$62.0 g$$. An attempt is made to dissolve $$50.0 g$$ of $$X$$ in $$100 g$$ of water at $$313 K$$.

A. All the $$50.0 g$$ of $$X$$ will dissolve at $$313 K$$
B. At $$313 K$$ $$29.0 g$$ of $$X$$ will remain undissolved
C. Solubility of $$X$$ decreases with increases of temperature
D. On cooling the solution of $$X$$ from $$313 K$$ to $$283 K$$ more than $$21.0 g$$ of $$X$$ will crystallize out.

Which of the above statements are correct?


A
A and B
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B
A and D
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C
B and C
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D
A, C and D
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The correct option is B A and D
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