How to find out when to use 1-alpha is approximately i 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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1.        Solubility product of a salt at a given temperature is equal to the product of concentration of the ions in a saturated solution with each concentration term raised to a power equal to the number of ions produced on dissociation of one mole of a substance. 

   In general, if sparingly soluble salt AxBy  is in equilibrium with a saturated solution of its ions, then

 

Solubility expression is

Answered by Prachi Sawant | 5th Aug, 2014, 11:42: AM