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Solubility rules, strong asics and bases

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Group I Cations
soluble
NH4+
soluble
C2H3O2-
soluble
NO3-
soluble
Cl-
soluble (Ag+ Pb2+ Hg2 2+)
Br-
soluble (Ag+ Pb2+ Hg2 2+)
I-
soluble (Ag+ Pb2+ Hg2 2+)
SO4 2-
soluble ( Pb2+ Hg2 2+ Ba2+ Sr2+)
CO3 2-
Insoluble (Group 1 cations NH4+)
PO4 3-
Insoluble (Group 1 cations NH4+)
SO3 2-
Insoluble (Group 1 cations NH4+)
OH-
Insoluble (Group 1 cations NH4+ Ca2+ Sr2+ Ba2+)
S2-
Insoluble (Group 1 cations NH4+ Ca2+ Sr2+ Ba2+)
O2-
Insoluble (Group 1 cations NH4+ Ca2+ Sr2+ Ba2+)
Strong Acids
perchloric acid, sulfuric acid, hydroiodic acid, hydrobromic acid, hydrochloric acid, nitric acid
Strong Bases
lithium hydroxide, sodium hydroxide, potassium hydroxide, calcium hydroxide, strontium hydroxide, barium hydroxide
John Dalton
developed Billiard ball model of the atom and proposed definitions of Element, Compound, and Reaction
Ernest Rutherford
discovered the existance of the nucleus (credited with the proton); developed the nuclear model of the atom. Gold foil experiment
JJ Thompson
discovered the existance of (-) minus charged particles (electrons) that are smaller that atoms; determined the ratio of their mass/charge; developed the PLUM PUDDING model of the atom. Cathode ray tube experiment
Millikan
oil drop experiment; smallest unit of charge -1.609x10^-19 C
Atomic Mass
(percent abundance)x(isotopic mass)
Chromate
CrO4 -
Dichromate
Cr2O7 2-
Hydrogen phosphate
HPO4 2-
Dihydrogen phospate
H2PO4 -
Ammonium
NH4 +
Hydrogen carbonate (bicarbonate)
HCO3 -
Hydrogen sulfite
HSO3 -
Hydrogen sulfate
HSO4 -
Hypochlorite
ClO -
chlorite
ClO2 -
chlorate
ClO3 -
perchlorate
ClO4 -
Copper ions
+2+3
Chromium ions
+2+3
Iron ions
+2 +3
Colbalt ions
+2 +3
Mercury ions
(mercury II) Hg 2+; (mercury I) Hg2 2+
Antimony ion
+2 +4
Lead ions
+2 +4