Insoluble and Soluble Compounds

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Insoluble and Soluble Compounds
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2013-10-27 15:46:26
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  1. all are soluble, except if you're the last four
    • acetate, chlorate, nitrate, perchlorate¬†
    • alkalis, ammonium, chlorides and bromides
    • iodides and sulfates
  2. match with the 3- chloride, bromide, iodide
    (insoluble)
    • Ag, Hg, PbI, HgI,
    • PbCl, PbBr
    • HgBr
  3. are with sulfate 
    (insoluble)
    • Sr+2, Ba+2,
    • Pb+2, Pb+4
    • Hg2 and2 Ca+2
    • Ag+
  4. Insoluble
    (except also)
    • Hydroxide, carbonate, phosphate, sulfide,
    • sulfite, all these are insoluble
    • except if they're with alkali, ammonium
    • or Barium Hydroxide

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