Chemisty tests

Theses cards include all of the tets needed for the whole of chemisty (1,2 and 3) I have indicated what unit ech test is needed in. Please let me know if i have missed any out.

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Test for hyrdrogen (1,2,3)
squeky pop test- place a splint into a test tube if hydrogen present flame will go out and squak.
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Test for Chlorine (1,2,3)
hover damp litmus paper over the chlorine it should be bleached and turn white.
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Test for oxygen (1,2,3)
place a glowing splint into a test tube if oxygen is present it should relight.
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Test for carbon dioxide (1,2,3)
bubble gas through limewater if carbon dioxide it should turn cloudy.
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Test for alkenes (1)
add and alkene into bromine water which is transparent orange liquid if an alkene is present it will become a colourless liquid.
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Test for alkanes (1)
add an alkane to bromine water whcih is a transparent orange liquid the solution should remain that way.
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Test for chlorie ions (2,3)
add silver nitrate and nitric acid (to react with other things that might be present) to the chloride solution. A white percipitate should be formed.
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Test for carbonate ions (2,3)
add a dilute acid to produce carbon dioxide and bubble it through limewater the limewater should turn cloudy.
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Test for sulfate ions (2,3)
add dilute hydrochloric acid and barium chloride to the sulphate solution a white percipitate should be formed.
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Test for sodium (2,3)
Flame test- dip the test wire in the solution being tested and place over a blue flame on a bunsen burner. A yellow flame should be seen.
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Test for potassium (2,3)
Flame test- dip the test wire into the solution and place over a blue flame on a bunsen burner. A lilac flme should be seen.
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Test for calcium (2,3)
Flame test- dip a test wire in the solution and place over a blue flame on a bunsen burner. A brick-red flame should be seen.
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Test for copper (2.3)
Flame test- dip a test wire in the solution and place over a blue flame on a bunsen burner. A blue-green flame should be seen.
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Test for copper (ii) ions (3)
Percipitate test- add sodium hydroxide to the solution a blue percipitate should be formed.
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Test for iron(ii) ions (3)
Add sodium hydroxide to the solution a green percipitate should be formed.
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Test for iron (iii) ions (3)
Add sodium hydoxide to the solution a brown percipitate should be formed.
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Test for aluminium ions (3)
Add sodium hydroxide to the solution a white percipitate should be formed.
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Test for bromide ions (3)
halide test- add dilute nitric acid (reacts with other things) and silver nitrate to the solution a pale yellow percipitate should be formed.
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Test for iodide ions (3)
halide test- Add dilute nitric acid (reacts with other things in the solution) and silver nitrate to the solution a yellw percipitate should be formed.
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Test for Ammonia (3)
Hold damp red litmus paper over the solution it should turn blue.
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Card 2

Front

hover damp litmus paper over the chlorine it should be bleached and turn white.

Back

Test for Chlorine (1,2,3)

Card 3

Front

place a glowing splint into a test tube if oxygen is present it should relight.

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

bubble gas through limewater if carbon dioxide it should turn cloudy.

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

add and alkene into bromine water which is transparent orange liquid if an alkene is present it will become a colourless liquid.

Back

Preview of the back of card 5
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