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For questions related to the solubility of compounds in various solvents, especially in water. Do not confuse with [solutions] or [aqueous-solution].

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)2}$ in solid state thus decreasing the solubility. Conclusively In general,if in a nearly saturated solution,the dissolution process is endothermic ($\Delta_\mathrm{sol} H>0$),the solubility … should increase with rise in temperature and if it is exothermic ($\Delta_\mathrm{sol} H<0$) the solubility should decrease.These trends are also observed experimentally. …
answered Dec 26 '15 by Sikander