AP Chemistry: Solubility Rules

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QuestionAnswerExtra Hints
This rule applies over all othersThere are no charges in the answer
This is an insoluble ion that involves carbon
This insoluble ion has a charge of 1-This is a common ion used in bases
The soluble halide ions
The insoluble sulfur ion
The exceptions to the halide ions rule
This rule applies to all acetate ions
The exceptions to the sulfate ion rule
This insoluble ion has a charge of 2- and involves a transition metal
This is a soluble ion dealing with nitrogen and oxygen
The exceptions to the hydroxide rule
This soluble ion involves sulfur and oxygen
The exceptions to the sulfide rule
This ion involves phosphorus, and is insoluble under all conditions

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