Unit 12: Chemistry of Slightly Soluble Products
Equilibria in Saturated Solutions of Slightly Soluble Substances
The Solubility Product and Precipitate Formation
Predicting Precipitate Formation
The Common Ion Effect and Solubility
Two or More Precipitate Ions in a Single Solution
Dissolving Precipitates
Formations of a Weakly Dissociated Species and/or Gas
Formation of Weak Acids
Dissolution of a Precipitate by Complex Ion Formation
Complex Ion Equilibria
Instability Constants
Effect of Complex Ion Fomation of Solubility
Calculating the Solubility of a Slightly Soluble Salt in the Presence of a Ligand
Determination of Ksp Values Using the Nernst Equation
Relationship Between Free Energy and the Equilbrium Constant