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Soluble in Water
Li2so4 is soluble in water.
There are a few different factors that influence solubility of a substance in water. First, the polarity of the substance is important. If a molecule is polar, then it will dissolve readily in water.
Secondly, the polarity of the compound is primarily based on its electronic arrangement. For example, a metal cation with a strong lattice will be more soluble than one with a weaker lattice.
Another factor that affects solubility is hydration energy. This is the amount of energy needed for an ionic compound to dissolve into ions in water.
The most common types of hydration energy are hydrogen bonds, hydrostatic pressure and molecular attraction. In addition, a chemical reaction can also increase the hydration energy.
For instance, when a metal like copper is mixed with water it forms a chemical compound that can react with oxygen to produce a gas. This process is called an oxidation reaction.
However, this process will only occur if enough time and energy is applied to the process. For instance, when copper (II) sulfate pentahydrate is mixed with water, it takes a very long time for the compound to dissolve.
Solubility of ionic compounds depends on their solubility product constant, or Ksp value. This is the number of grams of the compound that will dissolve in a liter of water at room temperature.