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Recently I solved for how many mL of 5% BaCl2.2H20 solution was required to precipitate sodium sulfate. Now the question asks what if the sodium sulfate was potassium sulfate instead. Would the volume required be higher or lowered than the sodium sulfate and why?

I got that the potassium sulfate required less volume though I don't understand the reason why.

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