Problem: Identify the effect of increasing acidity on the solubility of the given compounds.Drag the appropriate items to their respective bins.BaCO3, Sr(OH)2, NiBr2, AgI, FeS

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We’re being asked to determine the effect of increasing acidity on the solubility of the following compounds.


For an ionic compound to be more soluble in acidic solution, it must contain a basic ion or be a basic salt.


The acidic ions are usually cations and include:

1. Transition metals with a charge of +2 or higher. Transition metals not satisfying this condition are neutral.

2. Main group metals with a charge of +3 or higher. Main group metals not satisfying this condition are neutral.

3. Amines, which are compounds that contain only N and H (i.e. NH­3) or C, N, and H (i.e. CH3NH2)


To determine if an anion is a basic ion, we should add H+ to it. 

If the addition of H+ leads to:

1. a weak acid, the anion is basic.

2. a strong acid, the anion is neutral.


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Identify the effect of increasing acidity on the solubility of the given compounds.

Drag the appropriate items to their respective bins.

BaCO3, Sr(OH)2, NiBr2, AgI, FeS

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