What are the differences between solubility product and ionic product?

The main differences between solubility product and ionic product are given as under:

Solubility product Ionic product
Solubility product is the concentration of ions of  electrolyte, each raised to the power of their coefficients in the balanced chemical equation in a saturated solution. It is the product of concentration of ions of the electrolyte, each raised to the power of their coefficients in the balanced chemical equation in solution at any concentration.
Applicable only to saturated solutions. Applicable to all types of solutions of any concentration.
At constant temperature, its value is constant for a given electrolyte. The value keeps changing with concentration.

Category: Ionic Equilibria

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