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In the experiment shown below, you add some salt to water.
A = All of the solid dissolves (no solid at the bottom).
B = You add more water and the solid stays dissolved.

Select all of the following that are true about solutions A and B.

The same number of ions are dissolved in A and B.

The concentration of dissolved ions is the same in A and B.

Adding a small amount of water to B would decrease the concentration of ions.

The Ksp of the dissolved salt could be used to calculate the ion concentration in A.

The Ksp of the dissolved salt could be used to calculate the ion concentration in B.

If the concentration of ions in A were known, the concentration of ions in B could be calculated without knowing the volume of liquid in each solution.

  1. DrBob222

    I don't believe you have posted all of the details.

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