# How do you calculate Ksp from concentration?

Aug 21, 2017

${K}_{s} p = {\left[{A}^{+}\right]}^{m} {\left[{B}^{+}\right]}^{n}$

#### Explanation:

Solubility constant only deals with the products and it can be gotten from the concentration of the products..

It is given by the formula $\to {K}_{s} p = {\left[{A}^{+}\right]}^{m} {\left[{B}^{+}\right]}^{n}$

Where ${K}_{s} p = \text{Solubility Constant}$

$\textcolor{w h i t e}{\times \times} \left[{A}^{+}\right] \mathmr{and} \left[{B}^{+}\right] = \text{Concentration of the products}$

$\textcolor{w h i t e}{\times \times} n \mathmr{and} m = \text{stoichiometric coefficients}$