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Solubility experiment with water potassium chloride


Answered by satyajit9009
it will disolve in water
Answered by Shoaiba
solubilities of KCl and KI with water at different temperaturesTo compare the two solubility curves and discuss what might vary the solubility of different ionic compounds.The variables 
Dependent variable


Independent variable

Amount of solute (KCl, KI)


Amount of the solvent (water), pressure

Apparatus100g of Potassium Chloride100g of Potassium Iodide10ml cylinderTest tubes x 15StoppersGlass rodBeakers x 5Distilled waterSpatulaHot plateIce - to cool down the waterThermometer (0°C to 100°C) x 2MethodIn this experiment different amount of solute were combined with 10ml of water (solvent) which originally was at 0°C. The solvent and solute were mixed together and the temperature where the solute is completely dissolved to the solvent is measured.Weigh different amounts of KCl and KI 
KCl - 6g, 7g, 8g, 9g, 10g (approx.)

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