Chemistry Solubility Rules

Compounds including hydrogen
Soluble
Compunds with Lithium
Soluble
Compounds including Sodium
Soluble
Compounds including Potassium
Soluble
Compounds including Rubidium
Soluble
Compounds including Cesium
Soluble
Compounds including Francium
Soluble
Salts containing NH4+ (ammonium)
Soluble
Salts containing NO3- (Nitrate)
Soluble
Salts Containing ClO4- (perchlorate)
Soluble
Salts containing ClO3- (chlorate)
Soluble
Salts containing C2H3O2 (acetate)
Soluble
All salts containing Cl-, Br-, I- (Chlorine, Bromine, Iodine).
Soluble
Cl-, Br-, I- (Chlorine, Bromine, Iodine) salts combined with Ag+, Pb+2, Hg2+2 (Silver, Lead, Mercurous)
Insoluble
All salts containing SO4-2 (sulfate)
Soluble
PbSO4 (lead sulfate)
Insoluble
CaSO4 (Calcium Sulfate)
Insoluble
SrSO4 (strontium sulfate)
Insoluble
Hg2(SO4) (Mercurous Sulfate)
Insoluble
BaSO4 (Barium Sulfate)
Insoluble
Compounds containing OH- (except for 1A, Ca, Sr, Ba)
Insoluble
Compounds containing O2 (metal oxides except for 1A, Ca, Sr, Ba)
Insoluble
Salts Containing PO4-3 (Phosphate)
Insoluble unless combined with 1A or NH4+1 (ammonium)
Salts containing CO3-2 (Carbonate)
Insoluble unless combined with 1A or NH4+ (ammonium)
Salts which contain SO3-2 (Sulfite)
Insoluble unless combined with 1A or NH4+ (Ammonium)
Salts containing S-2 (Sulfur)
Insoluble unless combined with 1A and NH4+ (Ammonium)
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