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2014-06-15T15:39:15+05:30
Precipitates can form when two soluble salts react in solution to form one or more insoluble products - as discussed in the famous example below. The insoluble product separates from the liquid and is called a precipitate.Precipitates can also form when the temperature of a solution is lowered. The lower temperature reduces the solubility of a salt, resulting in its precipitation as a solid.
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2014-06-15T15:46:45+05:30
The salts which are not soluble in water are called insoluble salts and the salts which are soluble in water are called soluble salts
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