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31 August, 01:00

2. Nitrates, sulfates, chlorides, and phosphates are common ions used in medicine. Based on the solubility rules, would you expect to have any drug incompatibilities from mixing these ions with any metal ions relevant to biology or medicine? Why or why not?

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  1. 31 August, 01:27
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    Nitrates and chlorides are highly soluble, whereas sulfates and phosphates are less soluble along with the common ions used in medicine.

    Explanation:

    Mostly calcium and magnesium salts are utilized in medications. On the basis of the solubility rules, chlorides and nitrates are highly soluble also have few precipitates among the metal salts.

    But, sulfates produces a lower solubility salt with calcium, generally in many medications. Additionally phosphate forms the low solubility salts along with Magnesium and calcium that are used in medications.
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