# Question: the solubility of two slightly soluble salts of m2 ...

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The solubility of two slightly soluble salts of M2+ , MA and MZ2, are the same, 4×10−4 mol/L.

Which has the larger numerical value for the solubility product constant?

MA has the larger numerical value for the solubility product constant. |

MZ2 has the larger numerical value for the solubility product constant. |

The numerical value for the solubility product constant is the same for two salts. |

In a saturated solution of each salt in water, which has the higher concentration of M2+?

MZ2 has the higher concentration of M2+. |

MA has the higher concentration of M2+. |

The concentration of M2+ is the same in the two saturated solutions. |

If you added an equal volume of a solution saturated in MA to one saturated in MZ2, what would be the equilibrium concentration of the cation, M2+?

The [M2+] decreases. |

The [M2+] increases. |

The [M2+] remains the same. |