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In an unsaturated solution, is the product of ions still equal to Ksp?

No. In this case the product of concentrations will be less than $K_{sp}$. $K_{sp}$ denotes the product of the concentration of the solute that has dissolved when the solution is saturated.
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Solubility of hydrogen

If hydrogen $\ce{H2}$ is an end product in solution, it will soon produce gas bubbles, as the solubility of hydrogen is low : $\pu{1.5 10^{-4}}$ g in $100$ mL at room temperature. This is not affected ...
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