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 fluoride
Ksp = [Li+].[F-] = 3,8.10-3
Some different words are: Times, product, factor, compound and reproduce. Sorry that's all I can think of but I :)
they are different words
Accent is different sound on words. Dialect actually has different words as well.
They are different words! DUHHH!(:
keywords are predefined words
An automobile is a product, a Chevrolet is a Brand of automobile. In other words a product is an item's name, while a brand is the name of the company that manufactures the product. Any individual product may have multiple manufacturers or brands.
The solubility increases with temperature. In other words, salt dissolves faster in hot water than it does in cold water. This is true of almost all chemicals, not just salt. Heat usually increases solubility.
Nothing is different between 'can' and 'be able to'. They are simply two different words with the same meaning of 'i can do this'. Hope this helps.
None. Different part of the words, completely different times.
Solubility and pressure share a direct relationship. In other words, as pressure goes up, solubility goes up, and vice versa. This is known as Henry's Law. It is shown by the formula: S1/P1=S2/P2
The solubility limit is the amount of mols of a solute that a solvent can hold. In other words, it's the point at which a certain solvent becomes saturated. Hope that helps. =D