Solubility Rules

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Solubility Rules
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chem solubility rules
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  1. Rule 1
    • Group I elements are always soluble.
  2. Rule 2
    Ammonium (NH4+) are always soluble.
  3. Rule 3
    • All
    •      -Nitrate (NO3-)
    •      -Chlorate (ClO3-)
    •      -Perchlorate (ClO4-)
    •     -Acetate (CH3COO- or C2H3O2-)
    • are soluble.
  4. Rule 4
    • Chloride (Cl-), Bromide(Br-), Iodide (I-) are soluble with the exception of Silver (Ag+), Lead (Pb2+), Mercury (Hg22+)
  5. Rule 5
    • Sulfate (SO4-2) are soluble with exception of CaSO4, BaSO4, PbSO4, Hg2SO4 and SrSO4.
  6. Rule 6
    Hydroxide (OH-) are insoluble with the exception of Group 1 and Ca2+, Sr2+, Ba2+.
  7. Rule 7
    Sulfide (S2-) are insoluble with the exception of group I and group II.
  8. Rule 8
    Fluoride (F-) are insoluble.
  9. Rule 9
    • All -sulfites (SO3-)
    •      -carbonates (CO3-)
    •      -chromates (CrO42-)
    •      -phosphates (PO43-)
    • are insoluble except for those of NH4+ and Group I.

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