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# Predicting Precipitates

## Demonstrates how solubility constants can be used to predict the formation of precipitates.

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## Predicting Precipitates

Describes calculations to predict the likelihood of a precipitate forming when given concentrations of materials and Ksp values.

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## Predicting Whether a Precipitate Will Form

Goes over an example problem about predicting if a precipitate will form or not. If the product of the concentrations of ions after mixing is greater than the Ksp value, then a precipitate will form.

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## Predicting Precipitates Quiz

Quiz on Predicting Precipitates

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• Real World Application

## Water Purification with Seashells

Learn about how seashells can be used as a low-cost method for removing heavy metal contaminants from drinking water.

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## Reaction Products Worksheet

Worksheet and answer key for seven practice problems on determining products.

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