Results for: Solubility-table

In Science

Is table salt more or less soluble in hot or cold water?

It is more soluble in hot water than cold, because in hot water, the water particles have more energy to move, making bigger gaps between the paricles and allowing more salt t (MORE)
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What is meant by solubility?

Solubility is the ability of a substance (solute) to make a solution with another substance (solvent). The solvent is usually a liquid, and the solute can be a solid, liquid, (MORE)

What does soluble mean?

Soluble means able to be dissolved or able to be solved. For example, the soluble mystery questioned whether salt was soluble in water. Or, fat is soluble in oil but not in (MORE)

Is MgCl2 soluble?

Yes, in water, it dissociates into Mg2+ and 2Cl-
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Why the solubility of carbonates and sulphates of alkaline earth metals decrease down the group in the periodic table however size of metalic ion increases?

as we move down the group solubility of sulphates decrease,for alkaline earth metals because down the group, size of cation increase, thus hydration energy decreases,and thus (MORE)

Is KOH soluble?

  KOH is potassium hydroxide, an Arrhenius base. All ionic compounds are soluble (they ionize in the polar water). This particular ionic compound also has all these loose (MORE)
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What is better the you phone 5c or 5s?

the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent  colrs just silver gold and black
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Is caco3 soluble?

Calcium carbonate is very poorly soluble in water. At 25 deg. Celsius, its Ksp value is 2.8x10-9. This means the concentration of each ion in solution at equilibrium would be (MORE)
In Physics

Why are substances soluble?

Substances are soluable if disolving the material will result in 1a decrease in free energy. Kinetics will determine how fact something disolves. For most things they are solu (MORE)

Is chromium soluble?

Chromium does not occur freely in nature. The main chromium mineral is chromite. Chromium compounds can be found in waters only in trace amounts. Many chromium compounds are r (MORE)