Chem: Chapter 4
Chem: Chapter 4 42784 - ENGR 005 - 110
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Date Created: 09/18/15
f Solubility Rulesmet idnichcmpoundsgjniWater 7 All compounds containing the following ions are soluble 39 Cations Group 1 ions alkali metals and NH4 Anions N03 and CH3COO acetate Compounds containing the following anions are soluble except as noted 39 Group 17 ions halides except the halides ong Cu Hg22 and Pb2 39 8042 except the sulfates ofBa2 Ca2 ngz39 Pb2 and Sr2 Insoluble compounds include the following All hydroxides except those of group 1 cations and CaOH2 SrOH2 and BaOH2 39 All sul des except those of group 1 cations and NHf CaS SrS and BaS 39 All carbonates except those ofgroup 1 cations and NH4 39 All phosphates except those of group 1 cations and NH4 39 Most uorides though not those ofgroup 1 cations and NHr A To figure out with product is the precipitate aka the solid different than this one but should have the same layout Make sure you know how to read this kind of table precipitate a solid product formed from a reaction in solution precipitation reaction a reaction that produces an insoluble product upon mixing two solutions the one of the exam may be
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