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Topic: How is it possible to tell if a pair of aqueous solutions will form precipitate?  (Read 382 times)

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Offline HailVelkekia

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Bit confused on this, and if anyone could clarify that would be great.

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It is experimental knowledge gathered in the form of several rules with exceptions or in the form of a solubility chart.

https://www.sigmaaldrich.com/technical-documents/articles/chemistry/solubility-rules-solubility-of-common-ionic-compounds.html
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What are the like specific rules in which it will form if you get what I mean?

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You were given a link to the rules, have you tried to follow it and read?
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I went and watched a youtube video on it which really cleared things up. I was just really confused in general but I get things a lot better now.

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