Polyatomic Ions and Solubility Rules

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

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