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vera_ewing

  • one year ago

Barium iodate (Ba(IO3)2) forms an equilibrium with its ions in solution. How does adding additional barium ions to the solution affect the Ksp of barium iodate? Explain.

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    It's already reached equilibrium so Qsp = Ksp. What this means is that the solution is already saturated, so it can't accept any more ions. If you dissolved additional barium ions what do you think would happen ?

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