Answer to Question #39753 in Physical Chemistry for Abhishek
What is the difference between solubility and solubility curve?
Solubility is a quantity of the substance that can be dissolved in the unit mass or the unit volume of a solvent. The solubility curve is a plot of solubility values against the conditions of a dissolution process, e.g., temperature or concentration of other substances. Each point on this curve represents the value of solubility at a certain conditions.