Are consider coprecipitated:I. Absorbed impuritiesII. Mother liquor impuritiesIII. Ashes impurities
IV. Adsorbed impurities
a. II and IV
b. I, II and III
c. I and IV
d. I and III
e. I, III, and IV
The relative supersturation provides information about:
choose one or more
a. The difference between the instantaneous and the equilibrium concentrations of a solute in a solution, divided by the equilibrium concentration .
b. The formation of a colloid.
c. The best chelant agent to use in the experiment.
d. The percentage of each component in the solution
e. The particle size of a precipitate formed by addition of reagent to an analyte solution.
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