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Chemistry: Solubility ?

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There are solubility rules and for soluble compounds some have exceptions next to them.

Such as Halides are soluble
Exception: Ag, Hg, Pb

What does it mean by exception?
For Halides would it be, that if the compound was AgCI it wouldn't be soluble?

  • Chemistry: Solubility ? -

    Right. AgCl, Hg2Cl2, and PbCl2 are not soluble. The other chlorides are. For whatever it's worth, PbCl2 is soluble in hot water but not cold water.

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