Find the expression for the solubility product of silver oxalate Ag2C2O4).

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  1. Ksp = (Ag^+)^2(C2O4) but I don't understand why you aren't able to write that down with ease. If you will tell me what your problem with that is perhaps I can shed some light on how to do it.

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