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Which of the following ionic compounds is (are) insoluble? KNO3, AgCl, CaSO4, and KOH.
CaSO4 only.
Which of the following ionic compounds is (are) soluble? AgCl, NaOH, PbCl2, AgI.
NaOH only.
Which of the following ionic compounds is (are) insoluble? PbBr2, (NH4)2S, LiOH, NaOH.
PbBr2 only.
Which of the following ionic compounds is (are) soluble? CaSO4, KOH, (NH4)3/PO4, K2SO3.
KOH, K2SO3.
Which of the following ionic compounds is (are) insoluble? Copper (II) sulfide, potassium sulfide, potassium carbonate, silver chloride.
CuS, AgCl
What charge does the phosphate ion have?
The phosphate (PO4) ion has a 3- charge.
What charge do the sulfate, sulfite, and sulfide ions have?
SO4, SO3, and S2 all have a 2- charge.
What charge do halogens have?
All halogens (iodine, bromine, chlorine, etc.)--which are found in group 7 of the periodic table--have a 1- charge.
What charge do carbonate ions have?
Carbonate (CO3) ions have a 2- charge.
What charge do nitrate ions have?
Nitrate (NO3) ions have a measly 1- charge.