How many kilograms of salt (NaCl) can be dissolved in 2 liters of water at 25 degrees Celsius? The solubility product constant, Ksp, is 38.65 Chemistry Chemical Equilibrium Ksp 1 Answer Andrea B. Jul 6, 2016 Answer: 726 g Explanation: Ksp = (Na^+) x (Cl^-) = 38,65 but (Na^+) = (Cl^-) = sqrt (38,65) = 6,2 mol /L g/L = mol/L x g/mol = 6,2 x 58,45 = 363 g/L in 2 liters = 726 g Related questions How can you use the solubility product constant to calculate the solubility of a sparingly soluble ... Question #f5130 What is Ksp? How can Ksp be calculated? How is Ksp related to molarity? Question #da59d Question #71344 Question #17cc3 What is the molar solubility of magnesium fluoride in a solution that is #"0.1 M"# sodium fluoride? (a) How much aluminium hydroxide will dissolve in 500ml of water at #25^@C# given that ... See all questions in Ksp Impact of this question 1618 views around the world You can reuse this answer Creative Commons License