A water soluble substance is classified as either an electrolyte or a non-electrolyte. A worksheet table for whole class starter activity, experiment activity or lower ability activity for materials that will or won’t dissolve in water. ? potassium bromide – sol. silver acetate – sol Classify each of the substances as being soluble or insoluble in water. &F $If gdN� �h^�hgd�R� KBrNa2CO3CaSNH4OH AgNO3 BaCl2 Al(NO3)3 CuSO4 Answers to Solubility Rules Worksheet Classify each of the substances as being soluble or insoluble in water. Get the GreatSchools newsletter - our best articles, worksheets and more delivered weekly. Worksheet B. KBrNa2CO3CaSNH4OH AgNO3AgBr + KNO3NaNO3 + Ag2CO3Ca(NO3)2 + Ag2SAgOH + NH4NO3 BaCl2KCl + BaBr2NaCl + BaCO3CaCl2 + BaSBa(OH)2 + NH4Cl Al(NO3)3AlBr3 + KNO3NaNO3 + Al2(CO3)3Ca(NO3)2 + Al2S3NH4NO3 + Al(OH)3 CuSO4CuBr2 + K2SO4Na2SO4 + CuCO3CuS + CaSO4(NH4)2SO4 + Cu (OH)2 q r y z | } $ % ' ( . 0 Created: Feb 8, 2017| Updated: Mar 30, 2018. SCIENCE | GRADE: 5th Identify the two new compounds which form if the solutions, as suggested by the following table, were mixed. CIRCLE the names of the compounds which would precipitate from the solutions. Conditions. cadmium (II) sulfide – insol. Presentation 2. sodium acetate – sol. Answers to Solubility Rules Worksheet 3. � Suitable for year 5 and 6. for grades 5-6 by © Dorling Kindersley Limited. registered in England (Company No 02017289) with its registered office at 26 Red Lion Sign me up for updates relevant to my child's grade. < ) � Guided inquiry, Interpreting data, Observational skills, Properties of water, Reading charts, Science experiment to try, Soluble and insoluble, Learn Science! A substance that does not dissolve in water is called insoluble. Not all soluble substances dissolve equally. � Sorry for the inconvenience. " % 6 ; ��������������������������������������������������������¾������������ hN� 5�CJ Worksheet A. Worksheet E. 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