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Which of the following products are insoluble in water?
a. AgC(2)H(3)0(2)
b. MgSO(4)
c.Pb(NO3)2
d.Hg(2)CO(3)
e.Ca(OH)2

Try looking up the Material Safety Data Sheet for each using google.

A useful tip is that all nitrates are soluble in water.

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