AS Chemistry Inorganic Tests

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Which two reagents are required to test for Halide ions in solution?
Nitric acid and Silver Nitrate
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If Bromide ions where present, what would you expect to see?
Cream precipitate
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A yellow precipitate is formed which halide ion is present?
Iodide
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What reagent would you add to distinguish between iodide and bromide ions? What would you observe?
Concentrated Ammonium ions, Bromide ions would dissolve iodide ions would not.
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What reagent would you add to test for carbonate ions?
Hydrochloric acid
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Nitric acid and Barium chloride is added to a substance A, a white precipitate is formed. What is the precipitate? What ions does it prove are present?
Barium Sulphate, sulphate ions
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What reagents are used to test for ammonium ions? What is the observation?
NaOH, turns red litmus paper blue
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Which halide reduces sulphuric acid the most?
Iodide
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Going down group 2 do the sulphates become more or less soluble?
Less
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Going down group 2 do the hydorxides become more or less soluble?
More
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If Bromide ions where present, what would you expect to see?

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Cream precipitate

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A yellow precipitate is formed which halide ion is present?

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What reagent would you add to distinguish between iodide and bromide ions? What would you observe?

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What reagent would you add to test for carbonate ions?

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