Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity (9th Edition)

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ISBN 13: 978-1-13394-964-0

Chapter 3 Chemical Reactions - Study Questions - Page 137b: 16


a) $Ni^{2+}, 2\ Cl^-$ b) $Cr^{3+}, 3\ NO_3^-$ c) $Pb^{2+}, 2\ NO_3^-$ d) Insoluble

Work Step by Step

a) $Ni^{2+}, 2\ Cl^-$ Chlorides are usually soluble; nickel (||)'s is not an exception. b) $Cr^{3+}, 3\ NO_3^-$ Nitrates are almost always soluble. c) $Pb^{2+}, 2\ NO_3^-$ Nitrates are almost always soluble. d) Insoluble Sulfates are usually soluble, but barium's is an exception.
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