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In a saturated solution the concentrationof unionized moleculesof the electrolyte is constant at a particular temperature please explain how ?

In a saturated solution the concentrationof unionized moleculesof the electrolyte is constant at a particular temperature please explain how ?


 

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Naveen Kumar
askIITians Faculty 60 Points
6 years ago
Let AB is an electrolyte.
The equatin for the saturated solution can be written as
AB... …...............=..A+..+..B- and it will formequilibrium
So k=[A+][B-]/[AB]
Now, we know that the equilibrium constant only depends on the temperature.
So this ratioo will be constant for a particular temperature.
Now if there is no common ion present in the solution, the siolubility will also be constant for particular temperature.
So AB would remain constant for a temperature.


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