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Ch.15 - Acid and Base Equilibrium
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Solution: Consider the following chemical equation:AaBb(s) → aA+(aq) + bB-(aq)In this case, the Ksp is given by:a. Ksp = a [A+] b [B-]b. Ksp = ([A+] / a) ([B-] / b)c. Ksp = [A+] [B-] / [AaBb]d. Ksp = [A+]a [B-]

Problem

Consider the following chemical equation:

AaBb(s) → aA+(aq) + bB-(aq)

In this case, the Ksp is given by:

a. Ksp = a [A+] b [B-]

b. Ksp = ([A+] / a) ([B-] / b)

c. Ksp = [A+] [B-] / [AaBb]

d. Ksp = [A+]a [B-]b

e. Ksp = [A+]a [B-]b / [AaBb]