Solubility Rules for Ionic Compounds (1)

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Solubility Rules for Ionic Compounds 1. Ammonium Nitrate, soluble, compounds of alkali metals always soluble, compounds with nitrate are always soluble. 2. Cesium perchlorate, soluble, compounds of alkali metals always soluble, perchlorates always soluble 3. Sodium Hydroxide, soluble, compounds of alkali metals always soluble 4. Sodium Phosphate, soluble, compounds of alkali metals always soluble 5. Mercury (I) Iodide, insoluble, iodides soluble except with Mercury (I) 6. Calcium Hydroxide, insoluble, (somewhat soluble), hydroxides insoluble 7. Barium Oxide, insoluble, (somewhat soluble), Oxides insoluble 8. Aluminum acetate, soluble, acetates always soluble 9. strontium chloride, soluble, chlorides soluble 10. Magnesium sulfite, insoluble, sulfites insoluble 11. strontium chloride, soluble, chlorides soluble 12. Lead chlorate, soluble, chlorates soluble 13. Lead Chloride, insoluble, chlorides soluble except lead 14. strontium chlorate, soluble, chlorates soluble 15. Barium Chloride, insoluble, chlorides soluble except barium
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2012 for the course CHEM 111 taught by Professor Lemaster during the Fall '08 term at Boise State.

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