Mnemonic for Solubility Rules

What is the mnemonic for soluble?
C-chlorates
A-Acetates
S-sulfides
H-Halogens
n-Nitrates
Gia (g1a)=Group 1A
All soluble
What are the exceptions
For S- Think CBS-Carbon, Barium, Strontium
Ca,Ba,Sr
For H-CBS=Happy
Ca, Ba, Sr, Hg, Ag, Pb
C
Chlorates=ClO3-
A
Acetates=CH3CO2?, C2H3O2?, or CH3COO?
Hard, usually written as Ac
S
Sulfides=Li2S, Na2S, and K2S
S2-
H
Halogens=A series of nonmetal elements from group 17 of the periodic table
Comprising fluorine (F), chlorine (Cl), bromine (Br), iodine (I), and astatine (At)
n
Nitrates= NO3?
Gia
Group 1 A
What is the mnemonic device for insoluble compounds?
“Cats cradle old people,” Sally said.
What does the “cats” stand for?
Carbonates
What does the “cradle” stand for?
Chromates
What does the “old” stand for?
Hydroxides
What does the “people” stand for?
Phosphates
What does the “Sally” stand for?
Sulfites
What does the “said” stand for?
Sulfides
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