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Explain why CH3CHO is soluble in water, but CH3CH2CHO has

An Introduction to Chemistry | 2nd Edition | ISBN: 9780073511078 | Authors: Richard C. Bauer ISBN: 9780073511078 68

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Problem 82QP

Problem 82QP

Explain why CH3CHO is soluble in water, but CH3CH2CHO has only limited solubility.

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Solubility Rules for Some Ionic Compounds in Water Soluble Ionic Compounds + + + All sodium (Na ), potassium (K ), and ammonium (NH ) salts are 4 1. SOLUBLE. ­ ­ ­ All nitrate (NO )3 acetate (CH CO ), 3hlor2te (ClO ), and 3 2. perchlorate (ClO ) salts are SOLUBLE. 4 ­ ­ ­ All chloride (Cl ), bromide (Br ), and iodide (I ) salts are SOLUBLE 2+ + 3. — EXCEPT those containing: lead, silver, or mercury (I) (Pb , Ag , Hg 22+) which are NOT soluble.

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Textbook: An Introduction to Chemistry
Edition: 2
Author: Richard C. Bauer
ISBN: 9780073511078

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