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We have classified the silver halides like AgBr as insoluble compounds, but in truth, a small amount of these compounds does dissolve in water:AgBr (s) Ag^+(aq) + Br^–(aq)The equilibrium constant for this type of reaction is given the special name of “solubility product” and denoted by the symbol Ksp.(14a): Suppose a 10.0-g chunk of silver bromide is dropped into 150.0 mL of pure water. If the solubility product Ksp for silver bromide is 5.0×10-13 at 25 °C, then what will be the equilibrium concentrations of silverand bromide ions in the solution?(14b): What will happen to the concentration of dissolved silver bromide if more solid AgBr is added to thebeaker?

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We have classified the silver halides like AgBr as insoluble compounds, but in truth, a small amount of these compounds does dissolve in water:
AgBr (s) Ag^+(aq) + Br^–(aq)
The equilibrium constant for this type of reaction is given the special name of “solubility product” and denoted by the symbol Ksp.
(14a): Suppose a 10.0-g chunk of silver bromide is dropped into 150.0 mL of pure water. If the solubility product Ksp for silver bromide is 5.0×10-13 at 25 °C, then what will be the equilibrium concentrations of silver
and bromide ions in the solution?
(14b): What will happen to the concentration of dissolved silver bromide if more solid AgBr is added to the
beaker?

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a) Solubility product may be defined as the product of concentration of dissolved ions each raised to the power equals to their respective stoichiometric coefficients.

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