Worksheet: Solubility Products
In this worksheet, we will practice calculating the solubility product of an ionic material and using it to find the concentrations of dissolved ions.
Public Health Service standards for drinking water set a maximum of 250 mg/L ( M) of because of its laxative effects. What is the concentration of , in milligrams per liter, in natural water that is saturated with (gyp water) as a result of passing through soil containing gypsum, ? The for is .
Under what circumstances does a sample of solid completely dissolve in pure water?
- AWhen a salt or acid (for example, ) with a common ion is also present in the solution
- BWhen the solid is dissolved in boiling water
- CWhen there is so little solid, or so much solvent, that the solution is not saturated
- DWhen the solid is finely divided so that it has a large surface area