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A saturated solution at 25 C contains 10g of kclo3 in 50 ml of water. At what temperature does the solution become unsaturated?

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    You must have a graph or tabular data that gives you the solubility of KClO3 at various temperatures. I don't have all of the soubilities for all of the salts memorized.

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