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Answered 2016-04-18 14:19:43

It gives us an indication of its solubility in water. A large solubility constant (Ksp) means it is easily water-soluble. A small Ksp means it is generally insoluble in water.

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Answered 2016-04-13 17:44:53

The solubility product constant of compound is an indication about the solubility and dissociation.

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