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Consider the dissolution of MnS in water. [Ksp(MnS) =3.0 × 10–14]

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How is the solubility of manganese(II) sulfide affected by the addition of aqueous potassium hydroxide to the system?



▸ The solubility will be unchanged.

▸ The solubility will decrease.

▸ The solubility will increase.

▸ The amount of KOH added must be known before its effect can be predicted.

The pKa of H2S is needed before a reliable prediction can be made.

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