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Posted by Hannah on Monday, April 9, 2012 at 9:31pm.

A saturated solution of a certain metal(II) chloride has a chloride ion concentration of 0.032M. The Ksp for this compound can be determined to be is?

This is similar to another question I posted that gave the Ksp and I had to find the pH. I am not sure how to start this problem using the concentration.

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