Calculating the solubility of an ionic compound when a commo... Calculate the solubility at 25 °C of CuBr in pure water and in a 0.0040 M CoBr, solution. You'll find K data in the ALEKS Data tab. sP Round both of your answers to 2 significant digits. nlo Data СасОз 3.36x10-9 solubility in pure water: CaF2 3.45x10 11 Со(ОН)2 5.92x10 15 solubility in 0.0040 M CoBr solution: CuBr 6.27x10-9 CuCO3 1.4x10 10 Fe(OH)2 4.87x10 17 PЬСОЗ 7.40x10-14 PbCrO4 2.8x10-13 PBF2 3.3x10т8 Mg(OH)2 5.61x10-12 Ni(OH)2 5.48x10-16 AgBrO3 5.38x10-5 Ag2CO3 8.46x10 12 AgCl 1.77x10-10 Ag2CrO4 1.12x10-12 SRCO3 5.60x10-10 ZNCO3 1.46x10-10 Zn(OH)2 3.0x10-17 AgBr 5.35x10-13 AuCI 1.77x10-10 Explanation Check [+] Complex ion formation constants (Kf)

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Calculate the solubility at 25 Celsius of CuBr in pure water and in a .0040 M CoBr2 solution.  

ksp of CuBr is 6.27x 10^-9

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Calculating the solubility of an ionic compound when a commo...
Calculate the solubility at 25 °C of CuBr in pure water and in a 0.0040 M CoBr, solution. You'll find K
data in the ALEKS Data tab.
sP
Round both of your answers to 2 significant digits.
nlo Data
СасОз
3.36x10-9
solubility in pure water:
CaF2
3.45x10 11
Со(ОН)2
5.92x10 15
solubility in 0.0040 M CoBr solution:
CuBr
6.27x10-9
CuCO3
1.4x10 10
Fe(OH)2
4.87x10 17
PЬСОЗ
7.40x10-14
PbCrO4
2.8x10-13
PBF2
3.3x10т8
Mg(OH)2
5.61x10-12
Ni(OH)2
5.48x10-16
AgBrO3
5.38x10-5
Ag2CO3
8.46x10 12
AgCl
1.77x10-10
Ag2CrO4
1.12x10-12
SRCO3
5.60x10-10
ZNCO3
1.46x10-10
Zn(OH)2
3.0x10-17
AgBr
5.35x10-13
AuCI
1.77x10-10
Explanation
Check
[+] Complex ion formation constants (Kf)

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Calculating the solubility of an ionic compound when a commo... Calculate the solubility at 25 °C of CuBr in pure water and in a 0.0040 M CoBr, solution. You'll find K data in the ALEKS Data tab. sP Round both of your answers to 2 significant digits. nlo Data СасОз 3.36x10-9 solubility in pure water: CaF2 3.45x10 11 Со(ОН)2 5.92x10 15 solubility in 0.0040 M CoBr solution: CuBr 6.27x10-9 CuCO3 1.4x10 10 Fe(OH)2 4.87x10 17 PЬСОЗ 7.40x10-14 PbCrO4 2.8x10-13 PBF2 3.3x10т8 Mg(OH)2 5.61x10-12 Ni(OH)2 5.48x10-16 AgBrO3 5.38x10-5 Ag2CO3 8.46x10 12 AgCl 1.77x10-10 Ag2CrO4 1.12x10-12 SRCO3 5.60x10-10 ZNCO3 1.46x10-10 Zn(OH)2 3.0x10-17 AgBr 5.35x10-13 AuCI 1.77x10-10 Explanation Check [+] Complex ion formation constants (Kf)

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