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What is solubility product?

At saturated solution of (partly) insoluble salt (imaginable: A2B) the following Equilibrium exists: (A2B)s --> 2A+ + B2- The thermodynamic Equilibrium constant Ksol equals (MORE)

What is the different between solubility and solubility product?

Solubility is normally measured as the amount of a substance that can dissolve in a solvent and is measured in units of (amount of substance)/(volume of solvent). Barium nit (MORE)

What is the different between solubility and solubility product in 500 words?

Solubility : the total amount of a solute dissolved in a solvent, at a given temperature, pressure and at saturation. Ex.: Sodium chloride - 359 g/L at room temperature. (MORE)