Polyatomic Ions and Solubility Rules

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NH??
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Ammonium
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IO???
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Iodate
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MnO???
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Manganate
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MnO???
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Permanganate
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NO???
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Nitrite
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NO???
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Nitrate
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BrO???
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Bromate
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SCN??
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Thiocyanate
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CN??
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Cyanide
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OH??
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Hydroxide
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C?H?O???
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Acetate
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HSO???
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Hydrogen Sulfite
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HSO???
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Hydrogen Sulfate
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H?PO???
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Dihydrogen Phosphate
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HCO???
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Hydrogen Carbonate
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ClO??
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Hypochlorite
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ClO???
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Chlorite
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ClO???
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Chlorate
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ClO???
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Perchlorate
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SeO???
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Selenate
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CrO???
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Chromate
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Cr?O???
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Dichromate
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SO???
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Sulfite
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SO???
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Sulfate
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C?O???
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Oxalate
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CO???
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Carbonate
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SiO???
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Silicate
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Hg???
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Mercury (I)
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O???
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Peroxide
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HPO???
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Hydrogen Phosphate
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PO???
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Phosphite
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PO???
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Phosphate
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AsO???
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Arsenate
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BO???
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Borate
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Compounds of most Group 1 and Ammonium Ions (H?, Na?, K?, NH??)
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Soluble
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Bitrates, Acetates, and Chlorates (ClO??, ClO??)
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Soluble
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Halogens
1. Cl?, Br?, I? (Exceptions: Ag?, Hg???, Pb??)
2. F? (Exceptions: Alkaline earth metals)
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Soluble
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Sulfates
(Exceptions: Ba??, Sr??, Ca??, Pb??, Ag?, Hg???)
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Soluble
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Carbonates, Phosphates, Oxalates, Chromates, Sulfides, Hydroxides, Oxides (RULE #1 TAKES PRIORITY)
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Insoluble

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