AP Chemistry 1.2 Forming and Breaking Bonds
AP® Chemistry: Forming and Breaking Bonds Drill 1, Problem 2. Which of the following substances is soluble in water?
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Forming and Breaking Bonds
So this is sort of a hit or miss kind of question...
...we need to know which substances are soluble... and we can only know them by... knowing them.
In other words, hopefully we've memorized this stuff, or else we're in deep... hydrogen sulfide.
Ok... these are the rules that we should know...
Anything with sodium, potassium, ammonium and nitrates is soluble.
Let's look through all the given answers. A has sodium...soluble. B has sodium...soluble.
C has ammonium AND nitrate...soluble... double check.
So ... our answer's D. All of 'em.
If any of these substances ever gets arrested for carrying dangerous firearms without the required permits...
...they'd better call Saul.