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Graph of solubility data for various inorganic salts, drawn in Microsoft Excel and coloured pencil, and scanned in by User:Walkerma, January 2006. Data taken from the Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, 27th edition, Chemical Rubber Publishing Co., Cleveland, Ohio, 1943. The last two figures for cerium(III) sulfate represent the pentahydrate rather than the enneahydrate.

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