The molar solubility equation is the symbolic representation of the maximum number of moles of a substance able to dissolve in one liter of solvent. Molar solubility is described as the number of moles of a substance tha... More »

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Molar solubility can be calculated from KSP by writing the chemical equation for the substance and then dissolving and dissociating so that the KSP expression can be written and then the concentration of each individual ... More »

Osmotic potential is calculated by applying the Morse equation, which relates the osmotic pressure of an ideal, low-concentration solution to the molarity of the solution and the absolute temperature. The equation involv... More »

The oxidation reaction of iron and oxygen to form the substance that is commonly called rust occurs according to this equation: 4Fe + 3O2 = 2Fe2O3. Water is also required for this reaction to occur, but because the total... More »

A solubility curve is a graphical representation of the solubility of a particular solute in a given solvent with respect to varying temperatures. Generally, temperature is directly proportional to solubility; as tempera... More »

Multiplying the total number of moles by 6.02x10^23 will give you total number of atoms present. 6.02x10^23 is known as Avogadro's Number and is the approximate number of atoms in a mole. More »

The subscripts in a chemical equation is the number on the lower right-hand side of a chemical element that tells a chemist how many atoms of that element are present in the equation. On the other hand, superscripts in a... More »