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At 25 °C only 0.0990 mol of the generic salt AB is soluble in 1.00 L of water. What is the Ksp of the salt at 25 °C?

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    .........AB==> A^+ + B^-
    I.......solid..0......0
    C.......solid..x......x
    E.......solid..x......x

    Ksp = (A^+)(B^-) = (x)(x)
    The problem tell you 0.0990 mol soluble in 1L; therefore M = x = 0.0990/1
    Substitute and solve for Ksp.
    Note: the salt could be
    AB ==> A^2+ + B^2- or
    AB ==> A^3+ + B^3-
    but none of that will change Ksp.

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