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Solubility Rules and Memorization for AP Chem - Revised 2019
Here are the different levels of Memorization of Solubility Rules (when ions become solids, insoluble)
a) For AP Chem Exam (per referenced noted section below), you need to memorize
- All sodium, potassium, ammonium, and nitrate salts are soluble in water.
b) For my AP Chem class, you will need to memorize the above and the Solubility Rules in the following table,
c) Here are a few more links to more details Solubility Rules (usually use as reference material)
Per AP Chem Curriculum, the only memorizing of Solubility rules are :
- Essential Knowledge - TRA-2.A.5, Precipitation reactions frequently involve mixing ions in aqueous solution to produce insoluble or sparingly soluble ionic compounds. All sodium, potassium, ammonium, and nitrate salts are soluble in water.
- Rote Memorization of "Solubility Rules" other than those implied in TRA-2.A.5 (see above) will NOT be assessed on AP Exam.