A solution is known to contain either Cu2 ion Bi3 ion or both ions Describe a

A solution is known to contain either cu2 ion bi3 ion

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1-A solution is known to contain either Cu2+ ion, Bi3+ ion, or both ions. Describe a single test that would identify the ion(s) present. State what would be observed if (a) both ions were present, (b) if only Cu2+ ion was present, (c) if only Bi3+ ion was present. procedure that would allow the determination of which ion is present. What would youexpect in each step?
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would determine which ion is present. Explain what you would expect in each case. 4-The experimental procedure presented in this experiment was used to analyze a solution containing Bi3+, Cu2+, Cd2+, and Sn4+ ions. For each of the following changed in the procedure, predict the effect on the separation of the involved cations:(a) The Group II precipitation was done at a pH 0.0 instead of pH 0.5.(b) The Group II precipitation was done at a pH 5.0 instead of pH 0.5.
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