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1. You have a solution that you believe contains either AgNO3 or Fe(N03)3. Describe a test
that will let you confirm which is present. Describe the test in detail, and include a chemi-
cal equation. 2. Would any of the tests you have used let you determine if a solution contained the potas-
sium ion, K+? Either identify a test, or explain in detail Why such a test is not possible
using the simple methods described here. 3. A sample of solid ammonium chloride, NH4C1 is heated. As it is heated, the mass of the
solid decreases and an extremely pungent odor is observed. Write a balanced chemical
equation for this reaction, and write the net ionic equation.

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Answer1 Silver ion (Ag + ) is Known to precipitate... View the full answer

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