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Is CuSO4 soluble in water? How about FeSO4? How do you know this?

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Is CuSO4 soluble in water? How about FeSO4? How do you know this?

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Step 1

There are two types of compounds:

  • Ionic compounds
  • Covalent compounds
Step 2

Ionic compound: These are the compounds which are made up of ionic bonds. This type of compound is generally formed by bonding between metal and non-metal.

Covalent compounds: These are the compounds which are made up of Covalent bonds. This type of compound is usually formed by bonding between two non-metals.

 

Step 3

Solubility criteria:

There is a general criterion from where we can easily judge the solubility of a compound in a given solvent.

i.e.,

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