How to find out when to use 1-alpha is approximately 1 in the Ka equation? Also what is Solubility product, explain clearly.
Asked by Ravi Kumar | 2nd Aug, 2014, 04:26: PM
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In Ka equation 1-alpha is approximately 1 when the change in the concentration is negligible. For example, if very minute quantity of solute such as 0.02 moles dissolved in 100 mL water then the change in concentration of water is negligible. Hence for water 1-alpha is approximatelt equal to 1.
Answered by Prachi Sawant | 5th Aug, 2014, 11:43: AM
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