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. In order to
use this page, you need a table of slightly soluble salts and their Ksp values. If the
compound which appears in the first cell is not in your table, press "New Problem" to
get a new compound.
- Molar Sol. is how many moles of the compound will dissolve per liter.
- Gram Sol. 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.
These problems are provided courtesy of Prof. George Wiger (firstname.lastname@example.org) at California State University, Dominguez Hills.
Please direct any questions about this site to
Please send comments or suggestions to email@example.com
Scott Van Bramer
Department of Chemistry
Chester, PA 19013
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