C3.4 Further Analyse and Quantitive

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How do we test for iron(II) sulphate?
Iron(II) Sulphate + Sodium Hydroxide. Should form a Green percipitate.
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How do we test for lithium chloride?
Flame test. Should produce a Bright Red flame.
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How do we test for copper(II) nitrate?
Copper(II) Nitrate + Sodium Hydroxide. Should form a Light Blue precipitate.
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How do we test for aluminium sulphate?
Aluminium Sulphate + Sodium Hydroxide. Should form a White precipitate. It dissolves in excess Sodium Hydroxide
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How do we test for calcium chloride?
Flame test. Should produce a Brick Red flame
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How do we test for potassium chloride?
Flame test. Should produce a Purple/Lilac flame
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How do we test for sodium chloride?
Flame test. Should produce a Yellow flame
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How do we test for iron(III) chloride?
Iron(III) Chloride + Sodium Hydroxide. Should form a Brown precipitate.
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How do we test for calcium chloride?
Calcium Chloride + Sodium Hydroxide. Should form a White precipitate.
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How do we test for barium chloride solution(toxic)?
Flame test. Should produce a Green flame.
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How do we test for magnesium sulphate?
Magnesium Sulphate + Sodium Hydroxide. Form a White precipitate.
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If there is a mixture of Sodium and Potassium what will we see?
An orange flame because the Sodium masks the potassium
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