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A pure sample of the insoluble salt barium carbonate can be made using the method given.
Which instruction is missing from step 5?
Four steps in the preparation of a salt from an acid and a solid metal oxide are listed.
In which order should the stages be carried out?
Zinc chloride is made by reacting an excess of zinc oxide with dilute hydrochloric acid. The excess zinc oxide is then removed from the solution. Which process is used to obtain solid zinc chloride from the solution?
Which substance reacts with dilute sulfuric acid to produce a salt that can be separated from the resulting mixture by filtration?
Four steps in the preparation of a salt from an acid and a solid base are listed.
In which order are the steps carried out?
Which two compounds give a white precipitate when their aqueous solutions are mixed?
The table below shows the solubility of some silver compounds.
|Compound||Solubility in Water|
Which equation shows a reaction which cannot be used to prepare a silver salt?
How many different salts could be made from a supply of dilute sulfuric acid, dilute hydrochloric acid, zinc, aluminium oxide and copper(II) carbonate?
A student found that when he mixed solution P and solution Q in a test tube, some white precipitate formed immediately. Which of the following are possibly solution P and solution Q?
The diagram above shows the reaction of lead(II) nitrate with solution X. Solution X might be
A solution contains barium ions and silver ions. What could the anion be?
Which of the following are double decomposition reaction to prepare insoluble salts?