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2015-04-22T10:41:10+05:30
BaSO4 is insoluble in water because of water's dipole strength. Since barium sulphate has strong crystals , water's dipole strength is too weak to pull away the ions  (anions and cations)  from it
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2015-04-22T12:06:55+05:30
BaSO4 is insoluble in water because of water's dipole strength is too weak as compare to baso4. Since barium sulphate has strong crystals , water's dipole strength is too weak to pull away the ions  (anions and cations)  from it
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