chemistry

the solubility product expression for BiS3 is Ksp=

a.[Bi2^3][S3^2-].
b. [Bi^3+][S^2-].
c. [Bi^3+]^2 [S^2-]^3
d. none of these

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1. Do you know the definition of Ksp. That will tell you which is the correct answer. What is it you don't understand about the question? BTW, are you sure it isn't Bi2S3?

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