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Solubility Practice problems

No, No, No, No, No, No, No, No, No, No, No, No, No, No, No

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Solubility rules for ionic compounds in water

Clˉ,Brˉ,Iˉ, CO₃²ˉ, PO₄³ˉ, Li+, Na+, K+, NH₄+, NO₃ˉ,C₂H₃O₂ˉ, OH-, S²ˉ, SO₄²ˉ

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solubility rules, exceptions

Acetate(C2H3O2-), Bromine(Br-), Carbonate(CO32-), Chlorine(Cl-), Hydroxide(OH-), Iodine(I-), Nitrite(NO3-), Phosphate(PO43-), Sulfate(SO42-), Sulfur(S2-)

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Solubility Rules (shorter version)

insoluble, insoluble, insoluble, soluble, soluble, soluble, soluble

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solubility rules, soluble or insoluble

Acetate(C2H3O2-), Bromine(Br-), Carbonate(CO32-), Chlorine(Cl-), Hydroxide(OH-), Iodine(I-), Nitrite(NO3-), Phosphate(PO43-), Sulfate(SO42-), Sulfur(S2-)

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AP Chemistry Solubility Rules

Br-, C2H3O2-, Cl-, CO3 2-, I-, NO3-, OH-, PO4 3-, S2-, SO4 2-

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Solubility Quiz

decomposition, decomposition, decomposition, decomposition, decomposition, decomposition, decomposition, decomposition, decomposition, decomposition, decomposition, insoluble, insoluble, insoluble, insoluble

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AP Chem Solubility

acetates, ammonium/ammonium compounds, BaSO₄, carbonates, group 1 ions/compounds, halides, hydroxides, lead compounds, nitrates, phosphates, silver compounds, sulfates

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AP CHEM TEST SOLUBILITY RULES

7 strong acids, acetates (CH3OO-) are, all bromides (Br-) are except..., all chlorides (Cl-). except..., all chromates (CrO4 -2) are except, all iodides (I-) are except..., all metallic hydrooxides (OH -) are except, all metallic oxides (O -2) are except, all sulfides (S -2) are except, carbonates (CO3 -2) except, chlorates (ClO3-) are, nitrates (NO3-) are, Phosphates (PO4 -3) are except, salts of ammonium (NH4+) and group 1A... (H+, Li+, Na+, K+, Rb+, Cs+, Fr+), sulfates (SO4 -2) are except

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Chemical Reactions and Solutions-Solubility

A proton (H+) donor., A proton acceptor., A substance that increases the [H+] in solution, AgBr, Hg2Br2, HgBr2, and PbBr2, AgCl, Hg2Cl2, and PbCl2, AgI, Hg2I2, HgI2, and PbI2, Ammonium ion, An analytical procedure in which a solution of unknown concentration is combined slowly with a standard solution until a colour change of some indicator, Are always soluble., Are metal hydroxides because they have high solubility, Are molecular bases (ammonia) because they have a low percentage ionization, Are oxides such as (SO3, CO2, N2O5) whose aqueous solutions contain H3O+, Are soluble, Are strong electrolytes because they completely dissociate in water, Are the partially neutralized polyprotic acids. NaH2PO4 or Na2HPO4 or NaHSO4, etc... solid acids.

2011-04-28 • 48 Cards

test 3 solubility rules

common carbonates CO3 2- phosphates PO4 3- arsenates AsO4 3-, common chlorides bromides and iodides, common fluorides, common inorganic compounds (have H in the front), common metal hydroxides OH-, common sulfates (SO4)-2, common sulfides S 2-, low-molecular-weight organic acids (ones that contain COOH carboxyl), nitrates (NO3-) acetates (CH3COO-) chlorates (ClO3-) perchlorates (ClO4-)

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solubility guidelines for common ionic compounds in water

Cl -, Br -, I -, CO3 2-, PO4 3-, NO3 -, C2H3O2 -, S 2-, OH -, SO4 2−

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Solubility Rules Quiz

insoluble, insoluble, insoluble, insoluble, insoluble, insoluble, insoluble, insoluble, insoluble, insoluble, insoluble, insoluble, insoluble, insoluble, insoluble

2011-04-28 • 77 Cards

GrayScience Chapter 11 Substances, Mixtures, and Solubility

acid, aqueous, base, concentration, heterogeneous mixture, homogeneous mixture, hydronium ions, indicator, neutralization, pH, physical property, polar bond, precipitate, proton, saturated

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Ionic Compound Solubility

Br -, C2H3O2 -, Cl -, CO3 2-, I -, NO3 -, OH -, PO4 3-, S 2-, SO4 2-

2011-04-28 • 10 Cards