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Fluoride F− Chloride Cl− Bromide Br− Iodide I−

Lithium Li+ sS S S S
Sodium Na+ S S S S
Potassium K+ S S S S
Ammonium NH4+ S S S S
Beryllium Be2+ S S S R
Magnesium Mg2+ sS S S S
Calcium Ca2+ I S S S
Strontium Sr2+ sS S S S
Barium Ba2+ sS S S S
Zinc Zn2+ sS S S S
Iron(II) Fe2+ S S S S
Copper(II) Cu2+ sS S S ?
Aluminium Al3+ S S S X
Iron(III) Fe3+ X [note 1] S S ?
Lead(II) Pb2+ sS sS sS I
Silver Ag+ S I I I
Fluoride F− Chloride Cl− Bromide Br− Iodide I−
Key:
S soluble
I insoluble
sS slightly soluble
X other
R reacts with water
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See also[edit]

Solubility
Solubility table
Solubility rules

Notes[edit]

1. ^ Anhydrous FeF3 is slightly soluble in water, FeF3·3H2O is much more soluble in water.

References[edit]

1. ^ Hazen (1), Cleary (2), Jeffery L. (1), David A. (2) (July 2, 2014). "Yielding Unexpected Results: Precipitation of Ba3(PO4)2 a
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