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COURSE NAME : UMANG (UP)

PHYSICAL INORGANIC
CHEMISTRY
DAILY PRACTICE PROBLEMS

DPP

## DPP NO. 55 & 57

DPP No.# 55
1.

2.

Solubility product
Write the equation for dissociation of following salts and determine their solubility in terms of Ksp.
(i) PbBr2
(ii) Hg2CrO4
(iii) BaC2O4
(iv) Fe(OH)3
(v) Ag2CO3
(vi) Sb2S3
(vii) AgCNS
(viii) Ag3PO4
(ix) Li3Na3(AlF6)2
(x) Hg2I2
(xi) Ba3(PO4)2
(xii) Ca5(PO4)3F
(xiii) A3B4
(xiv) CaF2
(xv) Ag2CrO4
(i) Ksp of AgCl is 1.8 1010. The solubility of AgCl in pure water in moles/litre :
(A) 1.34 105
(B) 4.24 105
(C) 1.8 105
(D) 3.6 105
(ii) In the above question the solubility in gram per litre will be
(A) 180.26 105
(B) 192.29 105
(C) 210 104

3.

## Calculate solubility of AB2 in pure water. Ksp of AB2 = 25.6 108,

4.

Solubility of a A2B salt in pure water is 2 105 moles in 100 ml. Calculate Ksp of salt.

5.

Ksp of AgBr is 4 1013 and [Al+] is a solution is 1 106 m/l what is [Br] in that solution.

6.

If Ksp of AgI is 8.5 1017. The maximum amount of AgI which can be dissolved in 2500 ml of water will be
(A) 9.22 109 gm
(B) 2.3 108 gm
(C) 5.42 105 gm
(D) 2.17 105 gm

7.

## The volume of water needed to dissolve 1 g of BaSO4(Ksp = 1.1 1010) at 25C is

(A) 820 litre
(B) 410 litre
(C) 205 litre
(D) none of these

8.

How many grams of CaC2O4 will dissolve in distilled water to make one litre of saturated solution of it ?
(Ksp of CaC2O4 = 2.5 109 mol2 lit2)
(A) 0.0064 gm
(B) 0.1028 gm
(C) 0.1280gm
(D) 0.2056 gm

9.

At 20C, the Ag+ ion concentration in a saturated solution Ag2CrO4 is 1.5 104 mole/lit. At 20C, the
solubility product of Ag2CrO4 could be
(A) 3.37 1012
(B) 1.68 1010
(C) 1.68 1012
(D) 1.12 1010

10.

## In the system CaF2(s)

Ca2+(ag) + 2F
increasing the concentration of Ca2+ ions 4 times will cause the eq. concentration of F ions to change to
.............. times the initial value.
(A) 4
(B) 1/2
(C) 2
(D) 1/4

11.

Concentration of Ag+ ion in a saturated solution of Ag2CrO4 is 5.4 106 g/litre when the salt is 50% dissociated.
Then solubility product of Ag2CrO4 is
(A) 7.03 1017
(B) 6.25 1023
(C) 1.72 1023
(D) 2.15 1024

12.

(i) For an experiment Pb(OH)2 is taken , if salt is 80% dissociated & Ksp of Pb(OH)2 is 8 106. Then solubility
of salt in moles/litre is
(A) 1.57 102
(B) 2 102
(C) 1.26 105
(D) 2.3 102
(ii) Considering the above question, what will be the solubility in gms/litre
(A) 3.32
(B) 3.65
(C) 3.05
(D) 3.79

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13.

14.

15.

1.(a)

## The solubility of A2X is y mol dm 3 . Its solubility product is :

(A) 6 y4
(B) 64 y4
(C) 36 y5

DPP No.# 56

(b)

(D) 4 y3

The solubility of sparingly soluble electrolyte MmAa in water is given by the expression :

K sp
(A) s = m a
m a

ma

K sp
(B) s = m a
m a

1/ m a

K sp
(C) s = a m
m a

ma

K sp
(D) s = a m
m a

1/ m a

2.(a)

Three sparingly soluble salts M2X, MX and MX3 have the solubility product are in the ratio of 4: 1 : 27. Their
solubilities will be in the order
(A) MX3 > MX > M2 X
(B) MX3 > M2X > MX
(C) MX > MX3 > M2X
(D) MX > M2X > MX3

(b)

A particular saturated solution of silver chromate, Ag2CrO4, has [Ag+]= 5105 and [CrO42] = 4.4104 M.
What is value of Ksp for Ag2CrO4 ?
(A) 1.1 1012 .
(B) 1.5 1012
(C) 2 106
(D) 1 1012.

3.(a)

If the solubility product of silver oxalate is 5 1010, what will be the weight of Ag2C2O4 in 2.5 litres of a
saturated solution ? (Ag = 108, C = 12, O = 16).
(A) 0.50 gm
(B) 0.38 gm
(C) 0.30 gm
(D) 0.45 gm.

(b)

A student wants to prepare a saturated solution of Ag+ ion . He has got three samples AgCl (Ksp = 10 10),
AgBr (Ksp = 1.6 10 13) and Ag2CrO4 (Ksp = 3.2 10 11) . Which of the above compound will be used by him
using minimum weight to prepare 1 lit. of saturated solution.
(A) AgCl
(B) AgBr
(C) Ag2 CrO4
(D) all the above .

4.(a)
(b)

5.(a)

(b)

If the solubility of Ag2SO4 in 102 M Na2SO4 solution be 2 108 M then Ksp of Ag2SO4 will be:
(A) 32 1024
(B) 16 1018
(C) 32 1018
(D) 16 1024
The solubility of CaF2 in water at 1518C is 2 104 mole/litre. Calculate Ksp of CaF2 and its solubility in 0.1M
NaF solution.
(A) 3.5 108 mole/litre (B) 3.0 109 mole/litre. (C) 3.3 109 mole/litre (D) 4.0 107 mole/litre
Calculate F in a solution saturated with respect of both MgF2 and SrF2.
Ksp(MgF2) = 9.5 x 10-9, Ksp(SrF2) = 4 x 10-9.
(A) 3 103 M.
(B) 4 102 M.
(C) 3.5 103 M

(D) 1 103 M.

A solution is saturated with respect to SrCO3 & SrF2. The [CO32] was found to be 1.2 x 103 M. The
concentration of F in the solution would be : Ksp (SrCO3) = 109, Ksp(SrF2) = 3 1011.
(A) 3 x 103 M
(B) 2 x 102 M
(C) 6 x 102 M
(D) 6 x 107 M

6.

## Calculate the solubility of AgCl (s) in

(a) pure water
(b) 0.1 M NaCl
(c) 0.01 M CaCl2 at 25 C .
Ksp (AgCl) = 2.56 10 10. Comment on the influence of [ Cl] on the solubility of AgCl.

7.

Find the solubility of CaF2 in 0.5 M solution of CaCl2 and water. How many times in solubility in the second
case greater than in the first ? Ksp (CaF2) = 3.2 1011.

8.

If you place the amounts given below in pure water, will all of the salt dissolve before equilibrium can be
established, or will some salt remain undissolved ?
(a) 4.96 mg of MgF2 in 125 ml of pure water,
Ksp = 3.2 x 10-8
(b) 3.9 mg of CaF2 in 100 ml of pure water,
Ksp = 4 x 10-12
Also find the percentage saturation in each case.
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DPP No.# 57
Solubility in presence of common ion
1.
(i)

Solubility product of AgCl is 1.8 1010, then find out solubility of AgCl in
0.1M NaCl
(A) 3.6 1010
(B) 1.8 1010
(C) 3.6 109
(D) 1.8 109

(ii)

0.2M AgNO3
(A) 3 1010

(C) 9 1010

2M CaCl2
(A) 9 1010

(D) 6 1011

(A) 1.34 105

(iii)

(iv)

2.

(i)

pure water

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

3.

(A) 0.01 M AgNO3
(B) pure water

## (D) 0.1 M NaCl

4.

The solubility product of AgCl is 4 1010 at 298 K. The solubility of AgCl in 0.04 M CaCl2 will be
(A) 2 105 M
(B) 1 104 M
(C) 5 109 M
(D) 2.2 104 M

5.

The molar solubility of PbI2 in 0.2 M Pb(NO3)2 solution in terms of solubility product, Ksp of PbI2 is
1/ 2

K sp

(A)

0
.
2

1/ 2

K sp

(B)

0
.
8

1/ 3

K sp

(C)

0
.
8

1/ 2

K sp

(D)

0
.
4

6.

Ksp of Zn(OH)2 is 4.5 1017 then its solubility in a solution having pH = 10 will be
(A) 4.5 1010
(B) 1.4 1010
(C) 6.7 1010
(D) 7.6 1010

7.

Solubility of Mg(OH)2 having Ksp equal to 8.9 1013, in a solution containing 500 ml of 0.2 M NH4OH and 500
ml of 0.4 M Ca(OH)2 is
(A) 3.4 1019
(B) 55.63 1013
(C) 2.34 109
(D) 8.34 1013

8.

Molar solubility of As2S3 in 0.3 M Al2S3 solution in terms of solubility product Ksp of As2S3 is
(A)

K sp
2.918

(B) 3

K sp
2.916

(C)

K sp
1 .2

(D) 3

K sp
1 .2

9.

Ksp of PbI2 is 8 1012. A solution contains 2 103 M Pb+2 ions and 2 104 M I ions. Predict ppt of PbI2 will
form or not.

11.

The precipitate of CaF2 (Ksp = 1.7 1010) is obtained when equal volumes of the following are mixed
(A) 104 Ca2+ + 104 M F
(B) 102 M Ca2+ + 103 M F
(C) 105 M Ca2+ + 103 M F
(D) 103 M Ca2+ and 103 M F
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12.

To Ag2CrO4 solution over its own precipitate, CrO42 ions are added. This result in
(A) increase in Ag+ concentration
(B) decrease in Ag+ concentration
(C) increase in solubility product
(D) None of these

13.

What is the minimum concentration of SO42 required to precipitate BaSO4 in a solution containing
1 104 mole of Ba2+ ? Ksp for BaSO4 = 4 1010
(A) 4 1010 M
(B) 4 106 M
(C) 2 107 M
(D) 2 103 M

14.

What would be the pH at which Fe(OH)2 begins to precipitate from a solution containing 0.009 M Fe+2 ions.
Ksp of Fe(OH)2 is 1.8 1015.
(A) 8.37
(B) 6.35
(C) 7.65
(D) 9.28

15.

How many grams of CaBr2 (MM = 200) can be added to 250 ml of 0.01 M solution of silver nitrate to just start
the precipitation of silver bromide. Ksp of AgBr is 5.0 1013.

16.

A solution contains 0.1 M Zn+2 ions and is saturated with H2S. Calculatee amount of HCl which should be
added in 500 ml of solution to prercipitate ZnS. Ksp of ZnS = 13.5 1023. K1 of H2S = 107 and K2 of
H2S = 1.5 1014 concentration of H2S in saturated solutin is 0.1N.

17.

A solution has 0.02 M A+2 and 0.1M NH4OH calculate the concentration of NH4Cl required to prevent the
formation of A(OH)2 in solution. Ksp of A(OH)2 is 2 1012 and Kb of NH4OH is 105.

DPP No.# 55
2.
5.
10.
15.

Br= 4 107 m/l
(B)
11.
(B)
103 m/l

3.
6.
12.

## Ksp of AB2 = 25.6 108, A = 4 103 m/l 4.

(C)
7.
(B)
8.
(A)
9.
(i) (A) (ii) (D) 13.
3.34 1017
14.

3.2 1011
(C)
26.24 1012

DPP No.# 56
1.(a)
4.(a)
6.
7.
8.

(D)
(b)
(B)
2.(a)
(B) (b)
(A)
3.(a)
(B)
(B)
(b)
(C)
5.(a)
(A) (b)
(C)
(a) 1.6 10 -5 mol/lit. (b) 2.56 10 -9 mol/lit. (c) 1.28 108 mol/lit.
4 106 M, 2 104 M, 50 times.
(a) Will dissolve, 32% saturation (b) will not dissolve, 100% saturation.

(b)

(B)

DPP No.# 57
1.
2.
3.

(i)
(D) 1.8 109
5
(i)10 M
(ii)
(C)
4.
(C)

11.
17.

(B)
0.1 M

12.

(B)

(ii)
(C)
(iii)
(B)
(iv)
(A)
14
7
1.11 10 M (iii)
2.58 10 M
(iv)
5.
(B)
6.
(A)
7.
(B)
13.

(B)

14.

(C)

15.

1011 M (v)
8.
(A)