Have you read anything about Le Chatelier's Principle. That principle states that when a system in equilibrium is subjected to a stress, the system will react (shift equilibrium) in such a way so as to remove the stress. So what do we have? We have a system in equilibrium. We add extra F2. The system is now stressed, it will shift its equilibrium to try to remove (undo) the stress. How can it do that? By trying to remove F2 from the system. The system can't open up a sealed vessel and spit out the excess F2, BUT it can shift its equilibrium so as to use up F2. So Some Br2 will react with the extra F2 to creat more BrF5, thus removing some of the F2 that has been causing the trouble. Do you understand? The Principle is very important in chemistry. It's important that you understand how it works.
Given the follwoing solubilities, calculate the value of the Ksp for each compound:
b) Zinc carbonate, 3.87 x 10 - 6 mol/L
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ZnCO3 ==> Zn^+ + CO3^=
(ZnCO3) = Solubility = 3.87 x 10^-6 M
Ksp = (Zn^+2)(CO3^=).
Plug in the solubility from the problem and calculate Ksp.
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