ChemEx4 - form precipitates which are other colors than...

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    Team #2 Patrick, Chirag, Carina, Stan Discussion Question # 1 
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Is it possible to predict if a precipitate will be white or a color other than white based on the position of the cation's element in the Periiodic Table? Organize the class data (part 2A) in a graph to answer this question.
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ANSWER The cations on the left side of the periodic table tend to form precipitates that are white and the elements on the right tend to
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Unformatted text preview: form precipitates which are other colors than white, except Cd which has about equal percentages of each(19.5-white and 13.8%- other). Class Question Based on your answer predict the compound within each pair that is a color other than white: nickel sulfate or lead sulfate: cobalt oxalate or strontium oxalate? Lead sulfate : other than white cobalt oxalate : other than white...
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ChemEx4 - form precipitates which are other colors than...

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