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Made alkaline with aqueous ammonia.
Ammoniacal
A calibrated tube with a dispensing stopcock marked in fractions of mL; used to measure volumes of solutions added during a titration
Buret
the process of compacting the solid portion of a suspension so that it can be easily separated from the liquid; accomplished in a centrifuge
Centrifugation
Centrifuge (n)
a device which uses centrfugal force to compact solids and remove them from a suspension
Clear
transparent; not cloudy; light will be allowed to pass unobstructed. Solutions are all clear, they may or may not be colorless.
Colorless
without any color; colorless (without color) and clear are not synonyms
Decantation
the process of separating a solid and liquid by carefully removing the liquid from the solid without filtration
Indicator
a dye which can change color depending upon the conditions
pH Meter
an electrical device designed for the measurement of exact pH values by means of electrical potential between two electrodes
Precipitant
the reagent used to cause precipitation
Precipiate
a solid formed as the result of a reaction in solution
Qualitative Analysis
analysis designed to identify the componets of a substance or mixture
Salt
an ionic compound in which the cation is NOT H+ ion and the anion is NEITHER the OH-1 ion nor the O2- ion
Solutions
a homogenous mixture; aqueous solutions are always clear
Standard Solution
a solution whose exact concentration is known
Standardization
the process of determining the exact concentration of a solution
Spectrophotometer
an optical-electronic device used to determine the extent of absorption or transmittance of specific wavelengths of light by a solution
Suspension
A mixture of a solid in a liquid; may appear to be homogeneous; suspensions are never clear or colorless
Titration
a comparison of volumes of solutions necessary to obtain equivalent amounts of reactants.