Making Salts

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Name 3 ways soluble salts can be made
Metals, insoluble bases and alkalis
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How can salts solutions be made into solid salts?
Crystallisation
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How can insoluble salts be made?
Mixing solutions of ions to form a precipitate.Precipitate is filtered from the solution, washed and dried
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What is an alkali?
A soluble hydroxide
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Why is ammonia useful?
Dissolves in water to produce an alkaline solution. This is used to produce ammonium salts,which are used as fertilisers
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What does metal and acid react to form?
Soluble salt and hydrogen
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How do you make a soluble salt from an acid and an insoluble base?
Add to acid until no more will react and then filter off
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How do you know when an alkali and acid have been neutralised?
Add an indicator
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Why is precipitation useful?
Can be used to remove unwanted ions from solutions, treating effluent
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What is the ionic equation for a neutralisation reaction?
H+ + OH- >>> H20
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