Hey Lob, I think we should review the solubility chart first.
Ok class the bell has rung so start reviewing for your test.
So Lob i have always been confused about the fact that charge matters when determining the solubility of ions. Can you help me.
Oh I have an idea what if we take the compound PbCl2 and PbCl4 and see what our results are when they are in water. this experiment should help you understand the chart better.
Ok that is true but if you have PbCl4 this means that this compound has a lead atom that has a charge of 4+ and on the chart's low solubility section we do not see a Pb4+ so we can now tell that if you take PbCl4 and put it into water it will have a high solubility and will dissolve easily.
Ok, so if you have PbCl2 that means that the lead atom has a charge of 2+ and on the chart it states PbCl2 in water will have low solubility and have a hard time dissolving in the water.
Finally all of this is starting to make sense.
You know what I think we are ready for the test.
I think we did a good job on the test thanks for the help.
Ok class time to hand in your test I hope it has been completed.