prelab_5 - Question What salt whose properties are...

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Question What salt whose properties are addressed in the final lab report is not part of the exp protocol? Answer mercury (I) chloride mercury (II) chloride potassium iodate lead (II) nitrate Multiple Choice 1 points Question The following observations were recorded upon mixing cobalt chloride and sodium hydroxide solutions: a rose-red precipitate is formed; the supernatant solution above the precipitate is blue. What ions are present in the supernatant solution? Answer Na + , Cl - Co 2+ Na + , Cl - Cl - , Co 2+ OH - , Cl - , Co 2+ Multiple Choice 1 points Question Which statement best describes solubility of salts formed by polyatomic anions? Answer Salts formed by polyatomic anions are generally insoluble with the exception of those containing alkali metals. Salts formed by polyatomic anions are all insoluble. Salts formed by transition metals and polyatomic anions are generally insoluble. Salts formed by polyatomic anions are generally insoluble with the exception of those containing alkali and alkali earth
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This note was uploaded on 05/03/2010 for the course CHEM chem136 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '10 term at Maryland.

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