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Q: The reaction alpo4s al3 plus aq plus po43 has reached saturation with concentrations al3 plus equals 1.14 x 10-10 and po43- equals 1.14 x 10-10 what is the value of ksp for alpo4 at this temperature?
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The reaction alpo4s al3 aq po43- has reached saturation with concentrations al3 1.14 x 10-10 and po43- 1.14 x 10-10 what is the value of ksp for alpo4 at this temperature?

1.3 x 10-20


The reaction pbbr2s pb2 aq 2br-aq has reached saturation with concentrations pb2 2.5 x 10-3 and br- 5.0 x 10-2 what is the value of ksp for pbbr2 at this temperature?

6.3 x 10-6


The reaction mgf2s mg2 aq 2f-aq has reached saturation with concentrations mg2 2.8 x 10-5 and f- 1.5 x 10-2 what is the value of ksp for mgf2 at this temperature?

6.4 x 10-9


What happen when enzymatic activity reaches saturation point?

When saturation point is reached, the enzyme reaction rate will no longer increase.


When a solution has gained as much solute as it can at a given temperature it has reached the point of?

Saturation


The reaction mgf2 mg2 plus aq plus 2f-aq has reached saturation with concentrations mg2 plus equals 2.8 x 10-5 and f- equals 1.5 x 10-2 what is the value of ksp for mgf2 at this temperature?

6.4 x 10-9


How can one tell if a reaction has reached equilibrium?

the concentrations of products and reactants stop changing.


Are all reversible reaction always at equilibrium?

No. If the initial concentrations of reactant(s) are far from the concentrations prevailing at equilibrium, some time may be required for the equilibrium concentrations to be reached.


What does it mean when a mixture is said to have reached saturation at a given temperature and pressure?

there is more solute than solvent in the mixture.


When a substance has reached the point where it can no longer dissolve a material's it has reached?

saturation


Why doesn't all water evaporate from the ocean at one time?

Because for any given temperature, water has a saturation vapor pressure. There will be no net evaporation once this saturation vapor pressure is reached.


The reaction pbbr2s pb2 plus aq plus 2br-aq has reached saturation with concentrations pb2 plus equals 2.5 x 10-3 and br- equals 5.0 x 10-2 what is the value of ksp for pbbr2 at this temperatur?

6.3 x 10-6


When a systime has reached chemical equilibrium the concentrations of the reactants and products?

When a system has reached chemical equilibrium, the concentrations of the reactants and product remain constant.


Solution where more solute will dissolve?

Such a solution is called is called unsaturated solution. In such a solution the salt dissolved hasn't reached the level of saturation. Also, more solute can be dissolved if temperature is increased after reaching the saturation.


How do you know when you reached saturation?

because a voice in your head will tell you


What does saturation mean in geography?

Saturation is reached when the ground can no longer absorb rain water. Flooding is usually the result.


How could you increase the concentration of a solution after the saturation point is reached?

solute solvent


The exothermic reaction shown below has reached equilibrium What is the effect of raising the temperature?

2SO2(g) + O2(g) 2SO3(g)-The reverse reaction is favored.


If you add solute to a dilute solution what does the solution become?

As you add solute to a dilute solution, the solution becomes more concentrated until the solution has reached its saturation concentration. At the saturation concentration, no more solute can dissolve into the solution. A great example is adding sugar to tea. Add a little sugar and it will dissolve. Add too much sugar, and the sugar will fall to the bottom. The solution is saturated. Saturation point depends on the solute / solvent and the solution temperature. Typically, the higher the temperature of the solution, the more solute you can dissolve into the solution. If the solute is a gas, the lower the temperature, the more solute you can dissolve into the solution. Think CO2 dissolved into soda pop. The warmer the soda the faster it will go flat. Gas/liquid equalibrium is governed by Henry's Law at low concentrations and by Rault's Law at high concentrations.


What refers to the ability of a solvent to dissolve a certain amount of a solute?

Dissolving power refers to the ability of a solvent to dissolve a certain amount of a solute.Once no more solute can be dissolved in a solvent it is said to be reached to its saturation point. By changing temperature and pressure of a solution that has reached its saturation point, some more solute can be dissolved and thereby make a supersaturated solution.


How does temperature affect concentration?

The application of heat increases the speed of a reaction, so will reduce the time taken for the equilibrium state to be reached


Is it true that an increase in light intensity will not increase the rate of photosynthesis?

No, that is not true and increasing light intensity increases the photosynthetic rate, to a point. The saturation point is reached when the reactions in the reaction center have reached top speed and any more light intensity will not increase the rate of photosynthesis.


What two conditions are nessesary for clouds to form?

Clouds are at their coldest point and the air has to be reached its saturation.


What two conditions are required for cloud formation?

Dew Point and Temperature 1) The air needs to be cooled to its dew point. 2) The air needs to have reached saturation, which can be achieved through many ways.


What is a solution in which more solute can be dissolved?

A solution in which more solute can be dissolved has not reached saturation. It is an unsaturated solution.