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ammonium
ammonium cation is completely solube with all anions
alkali metals
soluble with any anion
nitrate
all cations associated with nitrate anion would be completely soluble
halides but not F-
soluble with everything but silver, lead (II) and mercury (I)
sulfate
soluble with everything but lead (II), barium or strontium
acetate
soluble with everything but lead (II), silver and mercury (I)
hydroxide
insoluble with most cations except alkali metals, ammonium, and alkaline metals larger than magnesium
phosphate
insoluble with everything except alkali metals and ammonium
carbonate
insoluble with everything except alkali metals and ammonium
sulfide
same as hydroxide
oxides
all insoluble
perchlorate
soluble with everything except lead (II), silver and mercury (I)