Since Lead (II) Chloride has the formula PbCl2, the equilibrium equation for its dissolution is:
PbCl2 <=> Pb+2+2Cl- so the equilibrium-constant expression is Ksp= [Pb+2][Cl-]
The solubility of lead chloride in water is very low.
White precipitates of Lead chloride (PbCl2) are formed because the solubility product (KSP) of Lead chloride is very low.
The solubility of sodium chloride in water is 360,9 g/L.
due to the solubility product constant(ksp)
Lead + Hydrochloric acid=> Lead Chloride + Carbon Dioxide + Water
what is the solubility of sodium chloride, not sure yet. ill update it soon
any substance whose solubility product is higher than the ionic product is soluble in water.for ammonium chloride,value of sp is greater than ip.so,its soluble
The solubility of sodium chloride in water at 100 0C is 389,9 g/L.
The solubility of sodium chloride at 70 0C is 374,6 g/L.
Solubility increases with temperature.
The water solubility of sodium chloride at 50 0C is 370,4 g/L.
The solubility of sodium chloride in water at 20 0C is 36,09 g/100 mL.
The solubility of sodium chloride in water at 60 0C is 37,04 g/L.
Sodium chloride is not soluble in cyclohexane.
ksp= [Ca2+][Cl-]^2 = (x)((2x)^2) Ksp =4x^3 where x= the amount soluble of one mole of product
Solubility: the total amount of a solute dissolved in a solvent, at a given temperature, pressure and at saturation.Ex.: Sodium chloride - 359 g/L at room temperature.Solubility product: the concentration of the first ion multiplied by the concentration of the second ion, released by the dissociation of an ionic compound, at equilibrium. The appreciation is made with the solubility product constant:Ksp = [A].[B]Ex.: Lithium fluorideKsp = [Li+].[F-] = 3,8.10-3
mercury + lead chloride --> mercury chloride + lead
Solubility of NH4Cl varies with temperature. At 0 degrees Celsius, the solubility is 29.7g/100mL in water.
The solubility (not number) of sodium chloride in water at 100 0C is 389,9 g/L.
A precipitate of lead(II) chloride, PbCl2. Lead salts are usually insoluble, the nittrate is an exception.
Equilibrium is pushed toward the left in the equation. PbCl2(s) <=> Pb^2+(aq)+2Cl^-(aq).
usually solubility is directly related with temperature but in some cases like sodium chloride solution and ammonium chloride it does not follow.
ionic product IP = [H2+]2[SO42-] SOLUBILITY PRODUCT = IP (mol3dm-9)
The solubility product of Lead (II) sulphate , PbSO4 is very low and it is almost insoluble in water.
Ks = [Pb2+]*[I-]2 = 1.4*10-8 , at equilibrium, in saturated solution that is.