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Unformatted text preview: (b) The basis for separation of salt C from salts A and B is that salt C will dissolve in hot water and salts A and B will not. (c) In order to separate salts A and B, the precipitates should be heated in water and the resulting solution must be separated quickly from the remaining solid to avoid reprecipitation as the solution cools. (d) It would be easiest to separate salt A from salt C at low temperatures. (e) The data collected on solubility as a function of temperature shows there is not a practical way to separation any of the three salts and other tests such as pH dependence, complex ion formation, or the common ion effect must be performed in order to separate them....
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- Spring '06