## What is the solubility of chromate?

Silver chromate

Names
Solubility in water 0.017 g/L (5 °C) 0.033 g/L (25 °C) 0.040 g/L (35 °C) 0.050 g/L (45 °C) 0.069 g/L (60 °C) 0.096 g/L (80 °C)
Solubility product (Ksp) 1.12×10−12
Solubility soluble in nitric acid, ammonia, alkali cyanides and chromates
UV-vis (λmax) 450 nm (22200 cm−1)

### Are Chlorates soluble in water?

All acetates, chlorates, and nitrates are soluble in water 3. All chlorides are solube in water except those of silber, mercury (I) and lead 4. All sulfates are soluble in water except those of barium and lead. Calcium, strontium and silver sulfates are only slightly soluble.

How do you find the solubility chart?

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Is Hg2 soluble?

The chloride (Cl-), bromide (Br-), and iodide (I-) ions generally form soluble salts. Exceptions to this rule include salts of the Pb2 +, Hg2 2+, Ag+, and Cu+ ions. Exceptions include BaSO4, SrSO4, and PbSO4, which are insoluble, and Ag2SO4, CaSO4, and Hg2SO4, which are slightly soluble.

## What is P in solubility?

P = partially soluble in water, soluble in dilute acids. S = soluble in water. a = slightly soluble in acids, insoluble in water.

### Is hydrogen hydroxide soluble?

Solubility chart

Fluoride F− Hydroxide OH−
Ammonium NH + 4 S S
Hydrogen H+ S S
Lithium Li+ sS S
Sodium Na+ S S

Is CrO4 soluble?

Chromates (CrO4 2-) are usually insoluble. Phosphates (PO4 3-) and carbonates (CO3 2-) are usually insoluble. Exceptions include salts of the Na+, K+, and NH4 + ions, which are soluble by rule 1.

What is solubility in chemistry?

solubility, degree to which a substance dissolves in a solvent to make a solution (usually expressed as grams of solute per litre of solvent). Solubility of one fluid (liquid or gas) in another may be complete (totally miscible; e.g., methanol and water) or partial (oil and water dissolve only slightly).