After it reaches equalibrium
Ksp of KCl is 7.9006
To determine the stability of an ion compound in water: look up the product solubility constant (Ksp) for the compound to be dissolved; write the chemical equation and modify the Ksp equation.
for Ni(OH)2, Ksp=6.0*10^(-16)
ksp = [Ca+2][OH-]^2
No. Ksp can be used for metals as well, such as lead (Pb). The Ksp for Pb is often very small, but increases with increasing temperature.
The Ksp for BaS04, which is barium sulfate, is 1.1 x 10^-10. Ksp is the solubility product. It is the product of the solubility of the ions in moles per liter.
it's soluble in water, so ksp is reaalllyy small--i wont be much of a help if you were looking for ksp to prove what i said;;
Ion product < Ksp Unsaturated solution Ion product = Ksp Saturated solution Ion product > Ksp Supersaturated solution
KSP means Kulang Sa Pansin that means when your talking to someone but she/he is not talking to you
A precipitate will form
Ksp= [Products]^mole ratio so Ksp=[Ag+][NO3] Since you didnt provide any numerical values, that's as far as you can go. You can look for known Ksp values at certain temperatures in some AP Chemistry books or online.
The KSP for KNO3 refers to the equilibrium constant (KSP) which is used for preparing gunpowder (KNO3). It is needed to change the acqueous solution which can be done with a boiling method. This is needed for stability.
If the ion product concentration is greater than the Ksp value a precipitate will form. If it equals the Ksp the solution is saturated and no precipitate forms.
All know chemical elements have been assigned chemical symbols.
the higher the Ksp value the more soluble a compound is.
No, it can be negative.
It means a precipitate will form
dicuss the significance of the Ksp of AgCl on the accuracy of the mohr's test
CaF2 Ca(2+) +2F(-) Ksp=(x)(4x^2) where x=solubility Therefore, Ksp=3.7 x 10^-11
Dynamically assigned between the component and the operating system.
This value is 36.
Solubility product constant, Ksp, uses concentrations of soluble (dissolved) substances. A solid is not dissolved.