Qualitative Inorganic Analysis

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Nhi Vu General Chemistry Agnes Rafoulko Qualitative Inorganic Analysis: Identification of Six Solutions Introduction: This experiment will allow us to identify six bottles of unknown solutions by observing how they react with one another. The physical evidence for reactions include: a precipitate forming, a gas evolving, color changing, or characteristic odor producing. Chemical Responsibility: Because we are working with chemicals, it is crucial to wear safety goggles and protective hand gloves at all times. Some of the chemicals are toxic, corrosive and may stain skin. We must remember to discard our used contents in the beaker labeled “waste solutions” and rinse our well plate and test tubes twice with small amounts of water, then discard into the “waste solutions” beaker. Also, we must dispose our pipets into the red plastic sharps-biohazard container and return the pipet bulbs into the bags they originated. Report Sheet:
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