What is the Ksp expression for lead (II) chloride?

PbCl2(s]Pb2+(aq]+2Cl(aq]

An equilibrium governed by the solubility, product constant, Ksp, will be established between the solid lead(II) chloride and the dissolved ions. The solubility product constant, Ksp, of lead (II) chloride, was found to be 1.59 × 10–5 ± 6.00 × 10–7 at 298 K.

Ksp = [Pb2+][Cl]2

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