Temperature, pressure and substance composition can impact the solubility of a substance. Reactions between solutes and solvents can decrease the solubility of a substance as well. More »

Stirring has no effect on solubility. Solubility is defined as the amount of substance that dissolves in a given amount of solvent and is determined by adding a solvent to a solute until no more solvent dissolves even wi... More »

Pressure is directly proportional to solubility; an increase in pressure also increases solubility. Conversely, a decrease in pressure also reduces solubility. More »

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 »

Pressure is directly proportional to solubility; an increase in pressure also increases solubility. Conversely, a decrease in pressure also reduces solubility. More »

To be classified as a mineral, a substance must have the following four characteristics: it must be organic, naturally-occurring, solid and a have a definite chemical composition. A substance must also have an ordered in... More »

Quantitative analysis refers to the determination of the composition of a sample substance. Quantitative analysis identifies the properties of a compound or mixture based on the absolute or relative abundance of its cons... More »