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What charge does an electron have?
Negative
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What are the solubility rules?
All common salts of ammonium, potassium and sodium are soluble. Most chlorides are, except lead chloride and silver chloride. Most sulfates are except lead sulfate barium sulfate and calcium sulfate. All nitrates and carbonates are soluble.
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What charge does a proton have?
Positive
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Charge of a neutron?
No charge
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Property of the alkali metals?
Soft
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What are the solubility rules?

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All common salts of ammonium, potassium and sodium are soluble. Most chlorides are, except lead chloride and silver chloride. Most sulfates are except lead sulfate barium sulfate and calcium sulfate. All nitrates and carbonates are soluble.

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What charge does a proton have?

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Charge of a neutron?

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Property of the alkali metals?

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