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Is the solubility of a salt affected by how much salt you add to a solution?

by Nikitin
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Nikitin
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Nov10-12, 07:40 AM
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Hey. Will a saturated solution of a salt at a constant temperature and pressure have a constant amount of dissolved salt even as you add more salt? Let us pretend that acid-base or metal-complex reactions don't happen.
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Nov10-12, 11:53 AM
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Saturated means - no more can dissolve, so yes, concentration of dissolved salt doesn't change when you add more solid.


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