Chemistry - Chemical reactions solubility rules
Chemical reactions solubility rules
Solids produced during precipitation reactions can generally be readily
identified by reference to some fundamental solubility rules for aqueous
The most commonly applied of these rules may be simplified to:
* all compounds containing nitrate (NO3) ions are soluble.
* all compounds containing ammonium (NH4) ions or ions of group I
(e.g. Li, Na, K) are soluble.
* silver chloride (AgCl) barium sulfate (BaSO4) and lead sulfate (PbSO4)
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