Answer to Question #55914 in General Chemistry for jocelyn
strontium sulfate is also an insoluble sulfate.
explain why this is not surprising based on the location of strontium in the periodic table
Solubility of sulfates and carbonates is decreasing from top to bottom of group 2 of periodic table in order Mg>Ca>Sr>Ba Strontium sulfate is less soluble than Calcium sulfate. However it is more soluble than Barium sulfate.