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on the bottle of Ag + ion solution on the shelf to add it to the test tube. Click Done to send the test tube back to the lab. Click on the Return to Lab arrow. b. Place the test tube containing the Ag + solution in the metal test tube stand. Click on the Divide button on the bottom (with the large red arrow) four times to make four additional test tubes containing Ag + . With one test tube in the metal stand and four others in the blue rack, click on the Na 2 CO 3 bottle on the reagent shelf and observe what happens in the window at the bottom left. Record your observation in the table above. If the solution remains clear, record NR for no reaction. Drag this test tube to the red disposal bucket on the right. c. Drag a second tube from the blue rack to the metal stand. Add Na 2 S, record your observations and discard the tube. Continue with the third, fourth and fifth tube, but add NaOH, Na 2 SO 4 , and NaCl respectively. Record your observations and discard the tubes. When you are finished, click on the red disposal bucket to clear the lab. d. Return to the stockroom and repeat steps a-c for five test tubes of Pb 2+ and Ca 2+ . Record your observations in the data table. If no precipitate forms write NR for no reaction. 3. What happens in grid space d? What other reactions give similar results? Is it necessary to write an equation when no reaction occurs? Explain: When AgNO 3 (Ag + ) was combined with Na 2 S0 4 (SO 4 2 - ) there was no reaction. This also
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