MCAT Chemistry – Molar Solubility
- Feb 16, 2015
- MCAT Blog, MCAT Chemistry, MCAT Question of the Day
- Reviewed By: Liz Flagge
The molar solubility is defined as the maximum concentration of metal hydroxide that can dissolve in solution. In the ICE table above, the molar solubility corresponds to the variable x.
Using the equilibrium expression, you can substitute in the concentration of the products and solve for x.
Thus, the correct answer is C.
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