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Which of the following will be more soluble in an acidic solution than in pure water?

Be(OH)2
Ag2SO4
RbClO4
CuCN
Cul

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    Those in which the H^+ of the acid will react with the anion to produce a slightly ionized material (such as H2O). Be(OH)2 will do that, Ag2SO4 will (because of K2 for H2SO4), and CuCN (forms HCN which is a weak acid).

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