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chem lecture ch17

Molar solubilities can be calculated using? Ksp
Ksp can be used to determine, if a precipitate will form in a solution. For this, the value of the ion product Q is used. how does Q correlate to Ksp? Q > Ksp Precipitate will form Q = Ksp No precipitate Q < Ksp No Precipitate
selective precipitation forming insoluble compounds with one metal ion or a group of metal ions under conditions, under which other metal ions do not form insoluble compounds and stay in solution.
Complex ions consist of? Ligands- which can be neutral molecules with lone-pairs, or anions. Donor atoms- the atoms in the ligands that provide the electrons forming the bond.
The formation of a complex ion is...? The formation of a complex ion is a reaction, in which one ligand, e. g. water, is replaced by another ligand. Leaving out water simplifies the equation, the equilibrium can be describes using a formation constant Kform.
Created by: jsherm82