# What is the solubility of calcium iodate?

## What is the solubility of calcium iodate?

Calcium iodate

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Solubility in water | 0.09 g/100 mL (0 °C) 0.24 g/100 mL (20 °C) 0.67 g/100 mL (90 °C) |

Solubility product (Ksp) | 6.47×10−6 |

Solubility | soluble in nitric acid insoluble in alcohol |

Magnetic susceptibility (χ) | -101.4·10−6 cm3/mol |

**What is the formula for calcium iodate?**

Ca(IO3)2

Calcium iodate/Formula

### What is the chemical equation that describes the dissolution of calcium iodate in water?

Question: What is the chemical equation that describes the dissolution of calcium iodate in water? Select one: o a. Calz(s) = Ca2+(aq) + 21-(aq) O b.

**How is the solubility of calcium iodate determined?**

For a saturated solution of calcium iodate, if you can determine eitherthe molar concentration of calcium ion, or the molar concentration iodate ion, the solubility product constant can be found.

#### How to calculate the KSP of calcium iodate?

Use a standardized Sodium thiosulfate solution to determine the concentration of iodate in the saturated solution of Calcium iodate (solution 1) and in the calcium nitrate (solution 2). 3. Calculate the Ksp of Calcium iodate in each solution.

**How to find the solubility constant of calcium?**

In other words, if the calcium ion concentration in today’s experiment was found to be 0.1 M, you could immediately say the concentration of iodate ion mustbe half that value, or 0.05 M, according to the stoichiometry of the solubility equation given above. The solubility product constant could then be found with simple arithmetic.

## Which is the third form of calcium iodate?

Both are colourless salts that occur naturally as the minerals called lautarite and bruggenite, respectively. A third mineral form of calcium iodate is dietzeite, a salt containing chromate with the formula Ca 2 (IO 3) 2 CrO 4.