Problem: The addition of solid Na 2SO4 to an aqueous solution in equilibrium with solid BaSO 4 will cause a) no change in [Ba 2+] in solution. b) more BaSO4 to dissolve. c) precipitation of more BaSO4. d) an increase in the  Ksp of BaSO4.

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The addition of solid Na 2SO4 to an aqueous solution in equilibrium with solid BaSO 4 will cause

a) no change in [Ba 2+] in solution.

b) more BaSO4 to dissolve.

c) precipitation of more BaSO4.

d) an increase in the  Ksp of BaSO4.

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