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#29344 - 02/03/09 06:40 PM Solubility of Group 1 compounds (e.g. Sodium Nitra
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how is the solubility of group 1 compounds affected as you descend group 1,
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Lithium Nitrate more soluble than Sodium nitrate and then is Sodium nitrate more Soluble than Potassium Nitrate etc...

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#29347 - 02/03/09 09:55 PM Re: Solubility of Group 1 compounds (e.g. Sodium Nitra [Re: John Mark Smith]
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Yes. As you go down the group, the ions are larger and tend to lose their electrons more easily.
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