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One of the most soluble substances I know is Zinc bromide Zn(Br)2: 1 litre of water dissolves about 4800 grams of it.
Silver perchlorate manages 5.57 Kg/litre, but I don't know if this is a record.Among the things you commonly find in the lab, potassium iodide is among the most soluble (about 1.4kg/litre).If you made concentrated solutions of both and mixed them in the right proportions you would get an odd effect- most of the stuff would fall out of solution. Silver iodide is practically insoluble and potassion perchlorate is only soluble to about 15 grams in a litre.
Quote from: lightarrow on 24/07/2007 20:06:53One of the most soluble substances I know is Zinc bromide Zn(Br)2: 1 litre of water dissolves about 4800 grams of it.Any idea about density, viscosity, refractive index... of such a solution ?