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The solubility of silver carbonate is 0.032 m at 20°c. calculate its ksp.

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Cynthia Baker on September 30, 2018

Ag2Co3 -----> 2Ag+ + CO3^-2Ksp= (Ag)^2) ( CO3^-2)by the use of moles of the ratio of the concentration of Ag+ = 2 x0.032 , and that of CO3^_3 = 0.032 mKsp is therefore= ( 2 x0.032)^2 x 0.032= 1.31 x 10^-4


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