Problem: Imagine that A and B are cations and X, Y, and Z are anions, and that the following reactions occur:AX(aq) + BY(aq) → no precipitateAX(aq) + BZ(aq) → precipitateWhich of the following choices is insoluble?A. AX                D. BXB. AY                 E. BYC. AZ                 F. BZSolubility rules for ionic compounds in water are shown for your reference.

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Imagine that A and B are cations and X, Y, and Z are anions, and that the following reactions occur:

AX(aq) + BY(aq) → no precipitate

AX(aq) + BZ(aq) → precipitate

Which of the following choices is insoluble?

A. AX                D. BX
B. AY                 E. BY
C. AZ                 F. BZ


Solubility rules for ionic compounds in water are shown for your reference.

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