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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

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