Get this worksheet and my whole store FREE! Use this worksheet to show students a neat visual way to learn their solubility rules. There are more worksheets, but why not use this fun visual solubility worksheet instead? This worksheet uses the visual example simulating a well plate.
I would use this worksheet as a homework exercise or an in class activity. Basically, the students will look at the solutions and decided if a precipitate forms. If a precipitate would form, then the students write down what the precipitate would be in the well.
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