CALCULATIONS:1. The Single Unknown Number:SU = ABSU = single unknownA = 2B = 3The single unknown numbers are #2 and #3.2. The Identity of the Single UnknownA = CA = 2C = KBrB = DB = 3D = KIThe single unknown #2 is KBr. The single unknown #3 is KI.3. Statements to Justify:Observations for A:A = 2When stirring the unknown and KBr, both Halides both formed yellow chunks. Also, both startedwith a baby blue then off- white cream color.
Observations for B:B = 3The immediate color of the solution was yellow. Then, it became a tie-dye green and dark bluetranslucent with hints of green cream. This was a major factor to differentiate.4. The Double Unknown NumberDU = HDU = Double UnknownH = 6The double unknown solution was numbered 6.5. The Identity of the Double Unknown:DU = JKDU = Double UnknownJK = KI & KBrThe double unknown solution contained the Halides KBr and KI.