What is the difference between carbon dioxide, and silicon dioxide? How do we formulate the solubility product for the salt #A_2B_3#
- Carbon dioxide is a molecular species; silicon dioxide is non-molecular.
#K_(sp) = [A]^2[B]^3#
As you know, carbon dioxide and silicon dioxide are isoelectronic. They are not isostructural. The shortness of the (first-row)
As to your
We would write the equation for its dissolution in water for as:
The solubility constant is as standard, the concentrations of the ions raised to the power of their stoichiometric coefficients:
Alternatively, consider the solubility of ferric sulfate:
This should not be too water soluble, but check this.
If this is not want you wanted I apologize.