# Write a balanced equation for the dissolution of caco3

1.) a. Write a balanced equation for the dissolution of
CaCO3.
b. Write an expression for Ksp for the dissolution of CaCO3.
2.) a. Write a balanced equation for the dissolution of PbCl2
b. Write an expression for Ksp for the dissolution of PbCl2.
3.) a. Write a balanced equation for the dissolution of AgI.
b. Write an expression for Ksp for the dissolution of AgI.

## General guidance

Concepts and reason

The concept used to solve this problem is determined the product of total ion in the solutions.

Fundamentals

Solubility product constant ( ):

The equilibrium constant for a low solubility compound (approximately insoluble) is the solubility product constant ( ). A expression has no denominator because the only species on the left side of the equation is a solid. For example the solubility product constant of is expressed as follows: The solubility product is denoted by , it is the product of the ion concentrations.

The molar solubility is denoted by . . It is the number of moles of solute is dissolved in 1.00 liter of solution.

An equation co-efficient is a number that is placed to the left side of a chemical formula in a balance chemical equation.

## Step-by-step

### Step 1 of 6

Part A

The balanced chemical reaction for dissolution of calcium carbonate is as follows: Dissolution process also known as dissolving process, in which solid salt will dissolve as ions in water. In the process of dissolution; solid going into liquid phase also.

### Step 2 of 6

The solubility product constant ( ) for calcium carbonate ( ) is as follows: The activity (or concentration) of a solid is unity therefore [ ] =1

Part A

The balanced chemical reaction for dissolution of calcium carbonate is The solubility product constant; for calcium carbonate ( ) is Solubility product constant ( ):

The equilibrium constant for a low solubility compound (approximately insoluble) is the solubility product constant ( ). A expression has no denominator because the only species on the left side of the equation is a solid. For example the solubility product constant of is expressed as follows: The solubility product is denoted by , it is the product of the ion concentrations.

### Step 3 of 6

Part B

The balanced chemical reaction for dissolution of is as follows: Dissolution process also known as dissolving process, in which solid salt will dissolve as ions in water. In the process of dissolution; solid going into liquid phase also.

### Step 4 of 6

The solubility product constant ( ) for is as follows: The activity (or concentration) of a solid is unity therefore [ ]=1.

Part B

The balanced chemical reaction for dissolution of is The solubility product constant; for is Solubility product constant ( ):

The equilibrium constant for a low solubility compound (approximately insoluble) is the solubility product constant ( ). A expression has no denominator because the only species on the left side of the equation is a solid. For example the solubility product constant of is expressed as follows: The solubility product is denoted by , it is the product of the ion concentrations.

### Step 5 of 6

Part C

The balanced chemical reaction for dissolution of is as follows: Dissolution process also known as dissolving process, in which solid salt will dissolve as ions in water. In the process of dissolution; solid going into liquid phase also.

### Step 6 of 6

The solubility product constant; for is as follows: The activity (or concentration) of a solid is unity therefore [ ] =1

Part C

The balanced chemical reaction for dissolution of is The solubility product constant; for is Solubility product constant ( ):

The equilibrium constant for a low solubility compound (approximately insoluble) is the solubility product constant ( ). A expression has no denominator because the only species on the left side of the equation is a solid. For example the solubility product constant of is expressed as follows: The activity (or concentration) of a solid is unity therefore [ ] =1

The solubility product is denoted by , it is the product of the ion concentrations.

Part A

The balanced chemical reaction for dissolution of calcium carbonate is The solubility product constant; for calcium carbonate ( ) is Part B

The balanced chemical reaction for dissolution of is The solubility product constant; for is Part C

The balanced chemical reaction for dissolution of is The solubility product constant; for is 