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The decantate from question 1 is neutralized with

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Unformatted text preview: ____ ______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ The elements that could be found in the remaining precipitate are: _____ ______ ______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ Question 4. The decantate from Question 1 is neutralized with acetic acid and divided into the appropriate number of portions. How many portions? What should you do with each of them? What would be the observation if each treatment led to a positive (confirmatory) result? Question 5. The final decantate from Question 2 is divided into the appropriate number of wells of a spot plate and tested as in Part I of this experiment. How many wells? 35 What reagents would be required for each spot-test, and what would be the observation if each spot-test led to a positive (confirmatory) result? Question 6. The liquid from Question 3 is divided into the appropriate number of portions and again spot tested. What reagents would be required and what would be the observation if each spot-test led to a positive (confirmatory) result? Question 7. The original unknow...
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