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Solubility Rules

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Odaly Palacios

on 5 October 2012

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Transcript of Solubility Rules

Solubility Rules Just like how there are rules for Yu-Gi-Oh, there are rules for Solubility that can be easily recognized Solubility Rules HCL
HBr
HI
H2SO4
HNO3
HCIO4
HCIO3 Strong Acids Hydroxides of
group
IA
and IIA Strong Base Ex. H2SO4 and HCl begin with H
Remember that H stands for harm or heat for these strong acids.
That's why we neutralize these acids with strong bases
Ex. Baking Soda Strong Acids Ba
Sr
Ca Marginal base Always soluble when in a compound Soluble Salts 100% ionized Barium, Strontium, and Calcium Weak Base Be
Mg Beryllium and Magnesium NO3-
Group IA
NH+4
C2H3O2-
ClO4-
ClO3- No Exceptions Cl-
Br-
I- Pb
Ag
(Hg2)2+ Except With Soluble Soluble (SO4)-2 Except with.. Pb
Ag
(Hg2)2+
Ca
Sr
Ba
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