Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity (9th Edition)

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Chapter 17 Principles of Chemical Reactivity: Other Aspects of Aqueous Equilibria - Study Questions - Page 677b: 37


(a) $AgCl$ or $PbCl_2$ or $Hg_2Cl_2$ (b) $Zn(OH)_2$ or $ZnCO_3$ or $ZnCrO_4$ (c) $Fe(OH)_2$ or $FeCO_3$ or $FeCrO_4$

Work Step by Step

(a) According to the figue 3.10 (Section 3-5), almost all salts of $Cl^-$ are soluble, with the exception of the ones with $Ag^+$, $Pb^{2+}$ or $Hg_2^{2+}$. (b) and (c) According to the figure 3.10, almost all hydroxides, cromate and carbonate are insoluble. Zinc and Iron are not exceptions.
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