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The equilibrium concentration of phosphate ion in a saturated chromium(III) phosphate solution is

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    ....CrPO4 ==> Cr^3+ + PO4^3-
    I...solid.....0........0
    C...solid.....x........x
    E...solid.....x........x

    Substitute the E line into Ksp expression for CrPO4 and solve for x = solubility.

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