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Homework Help: Chemistry question

Posted by Matt on Tuesday, November 14, 2006 at 10:04am.

Why does something acid based disolve something carbon based?

What makes you think this is a solubility rule?

I can think of hundreds of exceptions.

Carbon disulfide in aqueous solutions of acids, carbon tetrachloride in HCl, etc.

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