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Suppose 0.015 mol of KOH is added to 1.00 L of 0.0010  M Ca(NO3)2. Which statement is correct?
[ Ksp(Ca(OH)2)  = 6.5 × 10–6]


Calcium hydroxide precipitates until the solution is saturated.



The solution is unsaturated and no precipitate forms.



The concentration of calcium ions is reduced by the addition of the hydroxide ions.



Potassium nitrate precipitates until the solution is saturated.



The presence of KOH will raise the solubility of Ca(NO3)2.

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