Solutions of Slightly Soluble Salts
This page let's you practice the fundamental calculations for solutions of slightly soluble salts.
When you press "New Problem," the name of a chemical species will appear
in the first cell and a value in one of the other cells. You must fill the remaining
empty four cells correctly. Then, press "Check Answer". Results appear in the second table.
- Molar Sol.(s) is how many moles of the compound will dissolve per liter.
- Gram Sol.(gs) is how many grams of the compound will dissolve in 100mL of water.
- [cation] and [anion] are the molarities of the cation and anion in the saturated solution.
- If you miss a problem three times, pressing "Show Answer" will display the complete solution and you will no longer be able submit an answer for that problem.