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My chemistry students are often bemused by how many references they need in order to be successful in chemistry. They have several versions of the periodic table, a list of polyatomic ions and acids they eventually memorize, pH and pOH maps, a stoichiometry map, and this activity/solubility table.
This free reference includes the metals and non-metals activity series and rules about solubility to determine if a double replacement reaction has occurred. Hand it out when you begin your unit on chemical reactions for students to use for single and double replacement reactions.
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Keywords: solubility, reactivity, single replacement, double replacement, displacement, precipitate, insoluble, chemical reaction, molarity, molality, normality, reference, periodic table