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what are the rules used to determine the solubility of salt?

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    Solubility Rules:
    1. Salts of group 1 and ammonia are soluble.
    2. Acetates and nitrates are soluble.
    3. Binary compounds of group 17, except F, are soluble with metals,
    except Ag, Hg+, and Pb.
    4. All sulfates are soluble, except those of Ba, Sr, Pb, Ca, Ag, and Hg+ .
    5. Except for those in rule 1, carbonates, hydroxides, oxides, sulfides,
    and phosphates are insoluble.

  • Chemistry -

    how do you determine the solubility of the following salts:
    1. AgNO3

    2. Ag2SO4

    3. HgCl2

    4. BaSO4

    5. CaCl2

    6. NH4OH

    7. PbCl4

    8. Mg(C2H3O2)2

    9. HgCl

    10. CaF2

    11. CuO

    12. AgI

    13. Al(OH)3

    14. Fe2(CO3)3

    15. CrPO4

    16. K2S

  • Chemistry -

    You follow the rules Kelly gave you.

  • Chemistry -

    Are these right? I didn't know some of them.
    1. AgNO3
    Soluble, rule 3
    2. Ag2SO4
    Insoluble, rule 4
    3. HgCl2
    Insoluble, rule 2
    4. BaSO4
    Insoluble, rule 4
    5. CaCl2
    Soluble, rule 2
    6. NH4OH
    ?
    7. PbCl4
    Insoluble, rule 2
    8. Mg(C2H3O2)2
    Soluble, rule 3
    9. HgCl
    Soluble, rule 2
    10. CaF2
    ?
    11. CuO
    ?
    12. AgI
    Insoluble, rule 2
    13. Al(OH)3
    Insoluble,
    14. Fe2(CO3)3
    Insoluble, rule 5
    15. CrPO4
    Insoluble, rule 5
    16. K2S
    ?

  • Chemistry -

    1. AgNO3
    Soluble, rule 3
    2. Ag2SO4
    Insoluble, rule 4slightly soluble
    3. HgCl2 soluble. Hg2Cl2 is insol.
    Insoluble, rule 2
    4. BaSO4
    Insoluble, rule 4
    5. CaCl2
    Soluble, rule 2
    6. NH4OHThis is NH3 + H2O and technically there is no NH4OH
    ?
    7. PbCl4PbCl2 is the common chloride. PbCl4 can form but with some difficulty.
    Insoluble, rule 2
    8. Mg(C2H3O2)2
    Soluble, rule 3
    9. HgCl Usually written as Hg2Cl2 and it is insoluble
    Soluble, rule 2
    10. CaF2
    ?insoluble
    11. CuO
    ?insoluble
    12. AgI
    Insoluble, rule 2
    13. Al(OH)3
    Insoluble,
    14. Fe2(CO3)3
    Insoluble, rule 5
    15. CrPO4
    Insoluble, rule 5
    16. K2S
    ? soluble

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