Solubility of weak acid salts of aluminum and silver

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What weak acid makes a soluble salt with aluminum, but not silver.
I'm curious what weak acids will form soluble salts with aluminum, but not silver.

From a solubility chart (https://www.flinnsci.com/globalasse...901etc.jpg?v=cc7f986a028e4adf833ea6341200add2), HCl, HBr, and HI will form soluble aluminum salts, but not with silver; however, those are strong acids.

I don't see any anions from weak acids that make soluble aluminum salts, but insoluble silver salts. Are there any?
 

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Twigg
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After perusing the CRC, looks like thiocyanic acid fits the bill. CRC is great for questions like that.
 
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