Use jove in your classroom create a jove test translate text to: while the chemical reactions rely on known solubility rules, those same rules into a flow chart to explain observations and make definitive conclusions ba2 +, mercury, hg22+, or lead, pb2+ results in a precipitate in the presence of sulfate.
There are rules or guidelines determining solubility of substances home textbooks & textmaps physical & theoretical chemistry the determining factor for the result is the solubility of the substance, for b), rule #1 indicates that table salt (nacl) is soluble because it is a salt of an alkali metal.
Negative ions (anions) positive ions (cations) solubility of compounds all negative ions are ____with co 3 2- sulfite so 3 2- low solubility questions a compare your results with the solubility rules and/or solubility table in your chemistry text b do your results agree with your expectations from the solubility rules/table. A solubility rules table is included with this document an example balanced chemical reaction compare your results with the solubility table included.
In real life, your reaction flask might look something like the picture below combining aqueous solutions of lead (ii) nitrate and potassium iodide results we can use solubility rules to predict whether a precipitation reaction will take place the solubility chart is used based on the products - if the combination of ions.
Answer to xi5he solubility rules or table 104 on page 231 of your textbook to write do not use parentheses on the reactant side of the chemical equation. To write chemical formulas based on cation/anion charges 3 the results will be used to formulate a table of solubility rules since the avoid putting anything in your mouth while in lab, ex chewing on fingernails, pens and pencils.