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What metal ions would produce a lilac flame when burnt?
K+
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What colour is the precipitate formed when sodium hydroxide is added to a solution of copper (II) ions?
Blue.
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How would you test for carbon dioxide?
Bubble carbon dioxide through limewater-limewater will turn milky.
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A bottle of a chemical solution is labelled 'iron(II)sulphate' Describe a chemical test to confirm that the solution contains iron(II)sulphate.
Add sodium hydroxide solution. A green precipitate indicates iron(II) ions.
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Describe a chemical test to confirm that the solution contains sulphate ions.
Add dilute hydrochloric acid then barium chloride solution. A white precipitate indicates sulphate ions.
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What is the chemical name for compound X?
Calcium chloride.
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What is the chemical name for compound Y?
Potassium iodide.
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What colour is the precipitate formed when sodium hydroxide is added to a solution of copper (II) ions?

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Blue.

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How would you test for carbon dioxide?

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A bottle of a chemical solution is labelled 'iron(II)sulphate' Describe a chemical test to confirm that the solution contains iron(II)sulphate.

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Describe a chemical test to confirm that the solution contains sulphate ions.

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