Insoluble and Soluble Substances

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Are all nitrates soluble or insoluble? Are there any exceptions?
All nitrates are soluble.
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Are all sulfates soluble or insoluble? Are there any exceptions?
Most sulfates are soluble, but lead, barium and calcium sulfates are insoluble.
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Are all chlorides soluble or insoluble? Are there any exceptions?
Most chlorides are soluble, but lead and silver chlorides are insoluble.
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Are all carbonates and hydroxides soluble or insoluble? Are there any exceptions?
Most carbonates and hydroxides are insoluble, excluding potassium, ammonium and sodium carbonates/hydryoxides, which are insoluble.
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Are all salts soluble or insoluble? Are there any exceptions?
Salts of ammonium, potassium and sodium are soluble.
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Are all sulfates soluble or insoluble? Are there any exceptions?

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Most sulfates are soluble, but lead, barium and calcium sulfates are insoluble.

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Are all chlorides soluble or insoluble? Are there any exceptions?

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Are all carbonates and hydroxides soluble or insoluble? Are there any exceptions?

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Are all salts soluble or insoluble? Are there any exceptions?

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