Solubility Rules and other things

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Solubility Rules and other things
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  1. What is the first solubility rule?
    All salts contianing ammonium and alkali metal cations are water soluble
  2. What is the second solubility rule?
    all salts containing NO3- (nitrate) and acetate anions are water-soluble
  3. What is the third solubility rule?
    Halides, excluding fluorides, are water soluble, with the exceptions of those formed with Ag+, Pb2+, and Hg2^2+
  4. What is the fourth solubility rule?
    All salts of the sulfate ion (SO4-) are water-soluble, with the exceptions of those formed with Ca2+, Sr2+, Ba2+, and Pb2+
  5. What is the fift solubility rule?
    all metl oxides are inoluble, with the exception of those formed with the alkali mtals, ammonium, and CaO, SrO, and BaO, al of which hydrolyze to form solutions of the corresponding metal hydroxides
  6. What is the sixth solubility rule?
    all hydroxides are insoluble, with the exception of those formed with alkali metals, ammonium, and Ca2+, Sr2+, and Ba2+
  7. What is the seventh soolubility rule?
    All carbonates, phosphates, sulfides, and sulfites are insoluble with the exception of those formed with the alkali metals and ammonium
  8. Ksp expressions should never?
    have denominators
  9. If a molecule has a subscript of three, where does it go in the Ksp equation?
    it acts as both a constant and an exponent

    ex: Fe(OH)3 

    Ksp= [Fe][3*[OH]]3
  10. lewis acid
    electron pair acceptor
  11. lewis base
    electron pair donor

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