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Where can I find a chart that shows the solubilities of various chemicals for the qualitative analysis lab? I'm trying to determine if the compounds are soluble in HCl, NaOH, and AgNO3, but there are many of them of which I am unsure. Therefore, I need something to check so that I can be certain of the answers that I got.

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