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  • 1Precipitation

    Iron (III) ions, calcium ions, and lead (II) ions are all in asolution. You want to separate the ions so that you have each onein solid form without the other ions.Solutions ofNa2CO3, NaBr, NaCl, NaOH, and NaI areavailable. What precipitates should you form and in what order?

  • 2precipitation

    Hello,Please provide step by step solution for the ff:Will Co(OH)2 precipitate from solution if the pH of a .0200 M solution of Co(NO3)2 is adjusted to 8.5? Ksp=1.6x10^-15Thanks.

  • 3Precipitation

    1. You mix 25.0 mL of 0.234 M FeCl2 with 42.5 mL of0.453 M NaOHa. What mass of the resulting precipitate will form from thisreaction mixture?b. What is the molar concentration of the excess reastantremaining in solution after precipitation?

  • 4precipitation

    calculate the concentration of ammonia NH3, necessary to initiatethe precipitation of Zn(OH)2 from 3.2x10^-3 M ZnSO4

  • 5Precipitation

    A 75.0mL. sample of 1.48*10-2 MNa2S04 (aq) is added to 75.0mL. of1.22*10-2 M Ca(NO3)2 (aq). What percentageofCa2+ remains unprecipitated?

  • 6precipitation

    Determine the minimum concentration of the precipitating agent on the right to cause precipitation of the cation from the solution on the left.a)3.5*10^-2 M Ba(NO3)2 ; NaFb)8.0*10^-2 M CaI2 ; K2SO4c)1.5*10^-3 M AgNO3 ; RbCl

  • 7precipitation

    identify how precitipation reactions can be used in the water treatment and purification processes to help maintain a safe municipal water supply.

  • 8Precipitation and Agglutination

    Wha are some important clinically useful tests tht involve immunoprecipitation or immnoagglutination reactions.What are the principles behind each test?

  • 9precipitation calculation

    Copper ion is added to a solution that containsIO3- and I- anions both at 0.010Mconcentrations.A). What is the value of [Cu+] when the first saltprecipitates? what is the salt?B). What is the concentration of the anion of the first saltwhen the second salt just starts to precipitate?thank you

  • 10Precipitation Reactions

    Here are some general solubility rules:Compounds of group I ions are soluble.Nitrates and chlorates are soluble.Except for the compounds covered by rule 1, carbonates,hydroxides, phosphates, and sulfides are insoluble.Insoluble sulfide compounds are generallyblack in color. Which of the following combinations could yield ablack precipitate?Check all that apply.Try

  • 11precipitation reaction

    how do you prepare a precipitation reaction?

  • 12Fractional Precipitation

    What is a suitable pH for the separation by precipitation of Fe(OH)3 from a solution that is initially 0.010 M in both Fe+3 and Zn+2 ?