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  • Ion and Pb2+ Ions

    acid. Observation Solutions smells like vinegar. Deduction Solution contains CH3COO- ions. A white precipitate is formed. Solution turns cloudy and a white precipitate is formed. Solution contains either Pb2+ ions‚ Zn2+ ions or Al3+ ions. Solution contains either Pb2+ ions or Al3+ ions. Solution contains CH3COO- ions. Solution contains CH3COO- ions. Solution contains Pb2+ ions. Solution contains Pb2+ ions. Solution turns brown and a white precipitate is formed. A white precipitate is formed

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  • Ion Analysis

    Testing for Ions Analysis Chemical Changes of Test Solutions Test Solution Silver Nitrate Barium Chloride Potassium Thiocyanate Sodium Sulfate - Stayed white in color - Turned cloudy in color - Precipitation formed in solution - Stayed white in color Potassium Chloride - Turned cloudy in color - Precipitation formed in solution - Stayed white in color - Stayed white in color Iron (III) Nitrate - Stayed orange in color - Stayed orange in color - Changed color from orange

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  • ixolate ion

    Acknowledgement Introduction & Objective Theory Requirements Procedure Observation & Calculation Result Acknowledgement I __________ of class _______ thereby declare that this investigatory project of chemistry on “Study of presence of Oxalate Ion content in Guava fruit at different stages of ripening” is made by my own hard work and efforts under the supervision of our Chemistry Teacher__________________ Signature:___________________ Introduction & Objective Guava is a

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  • Ions in Solids and Solutions

    Chemistry F332 Notes Ions in solids and solutions: Structure of an ionic lattice (Sodium Chloride): * Consists of sodium ions (Na+) surrounded by six chloride ions (Cl-) * Chloride ions also surrounded by six sodium ions. * Held together by attraction of oppositely charged ions. * Giant ionic lattice. * Electrostatic bonds hold lattices together. * Structure is simple cubic. * Some ionic crystals contain water. * Known as water of crystallisation. * These crystals

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  • Oxalate ION

    HC2O4−. A salt with this anion is sometimes called an acid oxalate‚ monobasic oxalate‚ or hydrogen oxalate. The equilibrium constant (Ka) for loss of the first proton is 5.37×10−2 (pKa = 1.27). The loss of the second proton‚ which yields the oxalate ion has an equilibrium constant of 5.25×10−5 (pKa = 4.28). These values imply that‚ in solutions with neutral pH‚ there is no oxalic acid‚ and only trace amounts of hydrogen oxalate.[1] The literature is often unclear on the distinction between H2C2O4‚

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  • Halide Ions

    Reactivity of Halide Ions Michelle Faktor and Kelly Freas Date of Experiment: October 28‚ 2012 Period 2 Honors Chem Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to observe the reactions of halide ions with different reagents by mixing them together. Analyze data to determine characteristic reactions of each halide ion. Infer the identity of unknown solutions. Materials: * 0.1 M AgNo3 * 0.1 M NaCl * 0.1 M NaF * 0.2 M KBr * 0.2M Kl * 0.2 M Na2S2)3 * 0.5 M Ca(NO3)2

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  • Common Ion Effect

    concentration of ions of a sparingly soluble salt in water OTHER than at equilibrium is called the IONIC PRODUCT Example 1. AgCl [pic] Ag+ + Cl- Ksp = [Ag+][Cl-] Example 2 Cu(OH)2 [pic] Cu2+ + 2OH- Ksp = [Cu2+][OH-]2 Checkpoint A Write the Ksp expressions for the sparingly soluble salts below a. AgF b. HgCl2 c. Cu(OH)2 Common ion effect The solubility of one salt is reduced by the presence of another salt having a common ion. For example

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  • Solubility and Spectator Ions

    exchange of positive and negative ions between reacting solutions of two ionic compounds. Thus‚ in this example the precipitate must be either silver chloride‚ AgCl or sodium nitrate‚ NaNO3. Sodium nitrate dissolves readily in water and is therefore soluble. Thus we can conclude that silver chloride is the insoluble precipitate. We can represent the formation of this precipitate by a net ionic equation: Ag+ +NO3 ̄ +Na++Cl ̄→AgCl+NO3 ̄+Na+ Net: Ag+ (aq)+Cl ̄ (aq)→AgCl(s) Ions present in the solution but

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  • Ion Exchange Chromatography

    g A. Ion exchange Chromatography Ion exchange chromatography is a process for separating proteins and other molecules in a solution based on differences in net charge. Ion Exchange Chromatography relies on charge-charge interactions between the proteins in your sample and the charges immobilized on the resin of your choice. Ion exchange chromatography can be subdivided into cation exchange chromatography‚ in which positively charged ions bind to a negatively charged resin; and anion exchange chromatography

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  • polyatomic ion

    table List of Polyatomic Ions that Must be Memorized for General Chemistry Polyatomic Cation: NH4+ ammonium ion Polyatomic Anions Ionic Charge: Oxyanions: ClO4– perchlorate ion ClO3– chlorate ion – ClO2 chlorite ion ClO– hypochlorite ion -1 Ionic Charge: Oxyanions that Contain Hydrogen: HCO3– bicarbonate ion or hydrogen carbonate ion HSO4– bisulfate ion or hydrogen sulfate ion NO3– NO2– nitrate ion nitrite ion MnO4– permanganate ion H2PO4– Others: CN–

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