I am considering the solubility product of sodium citrate. I need this value, I do not have it. However, I do know that the solubility product of calcium citrate is (7±2)×10^−14.
Is it safe to assume that sodium citrate will have a very similar Ksp?
I am concerned about whether or not the addition of sodium citrate will force borate ions out of the water as sodium tetraborate.
Furthermore, could I hypothesise on the solubility based on the likely strength of the hydrogen bonds? I am able to view the charges of each individual atom within a molecule, and the citrate's oxygen anions are far more charged than those in the borate ions. The sodium citrate's hydrogen bonds should therefore be stronger, and result in a higher solubility?