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How many grams of CaSo4 will dissolve in 6L of water?

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    Look up the Ksp for CaSO4, set up an ICE chart, and solve for solubility (in moles/L) of CaSO4, then convert to grams and multiply by 6.

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    thanks DrBobb222

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