AP Chemistry Solubility Rules Quiz

15 Questions  I  By Ajernigan on October 11, 2010

  

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1.  Generally insoluble:O(2-)OH(-)CO3(2-)NO3(-)
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B.
2.  Always Soluble?
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B.
C.
3.  Always soluble?
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B.
C.
4.  List all soluble polyatomic ions
5.  Insoluble?K2CO3
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B.
6.  Exceptions for I (-):Ag(+)Pb(2+)Hg2(2+)
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B.
7.  Insoluble?F-
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B.
8.  Which of the following polyatomic ions that contain oxygen are soluble?
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B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
9.  Exceptions for  SO4(2-)
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B.
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10.  Which of the following has the correct state lable in the equation?[(aq) or (s)]("=" means yields)do not trust the state lables on the pre net ionic equations, they may try to fool you!
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B.
C.
11.  Insoluble?
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B.
C.
D.
E.
12.  List all of the generally   soluble ions
13.  Soluble exceptions for O(2-) and OH(-):alkali metal ionsNH4(+)Ca(2+)Sr(2+)Ba(2+)
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B.
14.  List the exceptions that make Br- insoluble
15.  Which of the following are insolubility exceptions for Cl- ?
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B.
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