Created By : Rina Nayak

Reviewed By : Phani Ponnapalli

Last Updated : May 16, 2023

Find out the ability of a substance to dissolve in a solvent easily using the Solubility Calculator overe here. Simply mention the inputs in the allotted fields of the calculator tool and then click on the calculate button to avail the resultant solubility in seconds.

Specific Conductance [K]
Limiting Molar Conductivity [Λ°m]
Solubility [S]

### What is Solubility?

The ability of a certain substance, the solute, to dissolve in a solvent is referred to as its solubility. It is expressed as the maximum amount of solute that can be dissolved in a solvent at equilibrium. Saturated solutions are the end outcome of this process.

### Solubility Formula

Solubility = Specific Conductance x 1000/Limiting Molar Conductivity

S = K*1000/Λ°m

### How Do You Determine Solubility?

• Step 1: To compute the Solubility, use solubility = Specific Conductance*1000/Limiting Molar Conductivity.
• Step 2:  The ability of a solid, liquid, or gaseous chemical substance called a solute to dissolve in a solid, liquid, or gaseous solvent is defined as solubility. The S sign represents solubility.

### How do I use the Solubility Calculator?

Step 1: To use this online Solubility calculator, enter Specific Conductance (K) and Limiting Molar Conductivity (°m).

Step 2: Press the calculate button.

Step 3: With the supplied input numbers, here is how the Solubility calculation may be described -> 1.000E+6 = 50*1000/50.

### FAQs on Solubility

1. How do you calculate a solution's solubility?

The maximum amount of a chemical that can be dissolved in a solvent at a particular temperature is referred to as its solubility. This is referred to as a saturated solution. To calculate the solubility in g/100g, divide the mass of the substance by the mass of the solvent and multiply by 100 g.

2. What factors influence solubility?

The maximum amount of a chemical that will dissolve in a given amount of solvent at a given temperature is referred to as its solubility. Temperature and pressure are two direct factors that influence solubility. Temperature affects both the solubility of solids and the solubility of gases, but pressure only affects the solubility of gases.

3. Is it true that solubility increases or decreases with temperature?

Higher temperature reduces the solute's solubility. Calcium hydroxide, which may be used to treat chemical burns and as an antacid, is an example of a solute whose solubility declines with increasing temperature.

4. Why does pressure increase as solubility increases?

In general, increasing pressure increases the solubility of a gas in a liquid. As the molecules collide with the surface of the liquid, they will be able to squeeze between the liquid molecules and therefore become a part of the solution.

5. What causes the temperature to increase solubility?

More heat speeds up the dissolving reaction by supplying energy to break bonds in the solid. This is the most prevalent case in which an increase in temperature causes an increase in solid solubility.