Lab#6 - Reactions Between Ions In Aqueous Solution...

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Unformatted text preview: Reactions Between Ions In Aqueous Solution Experiment 6 October, 2007 1. All the reactions of Cl- , I- , and CO 3 2- behaved accordingly to the solubility rules. However, SO 4 2- did not form a precipitate with Ca 2+ , which does not follow solubility rule number 4. Also, OH- did form a precipitate with Ca 2+ and Ba 2+ , which does not follow solubility rule number 5 and SO 3 2- did not form a precipitate with Mg 2+ and Fe 3+ , which does not follow solubility rule number 6. The reactions in these cases behaved differently or contrary to what the solubility rules state. The reason for this may have been because of a low concentration of ions or because of contamination. Example for each solubility rule: 1.) This is not available since there were no Group 1A salts tested in this experiment. 2.) This is not available since there were no ammonium, nitrate, perchlorate, chlorate, or acetate salts tested in this experiment....
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