solubility

can you check if this is right?
Solubility in Ethanol
Calcium Chloride:no
Citric Acid: yes
Phenyl Salicylate:yes
Potassium Iodide: no
Sodium Chloride: no
Sucrose: yes

if some are wrong then you can you explina to me how I would know if it is soluble or not


You should look up the solubility of each of these materials in some reference such as Kirk-Othmer's Concise Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology or The Merck Index or The Handbook of Chemistry and Physics by CRC (Chemical Rubber Company). I think all of them are soluble or moderately soluble in ethanol.

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