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1. Which one of the following compounds is a strong electrolyte when dissolved in water? Select one: a. CH3CO2H b. CH3OH 2. Which one of the

1. Which one of the following compounds is a strong electrolyte when dissolved in water?
Select one:
a. CH3CO2H
b. CH3OH

2. Which one of the following compounds is likely to be soluble in water?
Select one:
a. Fe3(PO4)2
b. Fe(OH)2
c. Fe(NO3)2
d. FeCO3
e. FeS
c. HCℓ
d. C2S
e. suiker / sugar

3. Which of the following compounds are likely to be insoluble in water?
Na2CO3, AgNO3, ZnS, KOH, Cu(OH)2, & NH4Cℓ
Select one:
a. ZnS & NH4Cℓ
b. KOH & Cu(OH)2
c. AgNO3, Cu(OH)2, & NH4Cℓ
d. Na2CO3, ZnS, & KOH
e. ZnS & Cu(OH)2

4. A precipitate will form when an aqueous solution of iron(III) chloride is added to an aqueous solution of ________.
Select one:
a. Ca(NO3)2
b. NaOH
c. HCℓ
d. NaCH3CO2
e. K2SO4

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