Posted by **Dayton** on Friday, December 14, 2012 at 12:59am.

A solution of potassium hydroxide is in equilibrium with an undissolved solute at 45 degrees Celsius. What will happen to the mass of the potassium hydroxide if the temperature is raised to 50 degrees Celsius? (Given that heat of solution is -57.6kJ/mol)Please explain as well.

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