A mixture of two ionic compounds

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Neon
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A mixture of two ionic compounds

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Hello,

I would like to ask you a question about a mixture of two ionic compounds:

If we dissolve equal amounts of NaCl and KI in water and then evaporate the solvent, is it possible that I end up getting some NaI and KCl as well? Why yes or why not?


Thank you in advance!
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Re: A mixture of two ionic compounds

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Yes. Check the soloubility of each compound . The salt with the lowest one will crystallise first.
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