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1. Chapter 11 S Ksp 4 At 25 o C the solubility of calcium carbonate is 9.33 x 10-5 mol/L. Calculate the value of Ksp at this temperature. Give your answer in scientific notation to 2 SIGNIFICANT FIGURES (even though this is strictly incorrect).

Student Response 1. 8.7E-9 General Ksp = S2 Feedback: Score: 1/1

Value 100%

Correct Answer Equals 8.7e-9 (100%)

2. S g to Ksp 3 The solubility of silver(I)phosphate at a given temperature is 3.101 g/L. Calculate the Ksp at this temperature. Use E notation and give your answer to 3 significant figures.

Student Response Answer 2.71E-8 Score: 0/1

Value 0%

Correct Answer 8.10E-8 (8.10 × 10-8 )

3. Ksp to S 2 The Ksp of silver carbonate at a given temperature is 5.60 x 10-12 M. Calculate the molar solubility at this temperature. Use E notation and give your answer to 3 significant figures.

Student Response Answer 1.12E-4 Score: 1/1

Value 100%

Correct Answer 1.12E-4 (1.12 × 10-4 )

4. Common Ion Calc 4 The Ksp of silver(I)phosphate at a given temperature is 8.06 x 10-11 M. Calculate the molar solubility in 0.553 M Na3 PO4 at this temperature. Use E notation and give your answer to 3 significant figures.

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Student Response Answer 4.86E-11 Score: 0/1

Value 0%

Correct Answer 1.77E-4 (1.77 × 10-4 )

5. pH Solubility 1 Which of the following compounds will not have a different solubility with a change in pH?

Student Response 1. AgNO3

Value 100%

Correct Answer Feedback

2. Ca3 (AsO4 )2 0% 3. SrCO3 4. CuF 5. CuS Score: 1/1 0% 0% 0%

6. Chapter 11 Precipitate 19 The Ksp of CaF2 at 25 o C is 4 x 10-11. Consider a solution that is 1.0 x 10-4 M Ca(NO3 )2 and 2.0 x 10-4 M NaF.

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1. Q > Ksp 0% and a precipitate will form. 2. Q > Ksp 0% and a precipitate will not form. 3. Q < Ksp 100% and a precipitate will not form. 4. Q < Ksp 0% and a precipitate will form.

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5. The 0% solution is saturated. Score: 1/1

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