Clean Flame Test Wire

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A clean flame test wire was inserted into 0.2 M NaCl and also placed on the flame reputedly. A bright yellow persistent flame was a positive test of sodium being presented, then repeat the same instructions for the unknown ion. After the flame test wire was clean 0.2M KCl was dipped into the flame resulted a lavender color after several trials as well as the unknown solution. 10 drops of 0.1M Ca(NO3)2 in a test tube and 2-3 drops of 1M Na2C2O4, a white precipitate of calcium was present. The process was repeated for the unknown solution which had the same results. In another test tube 10 drops of 0.1M Ca(NO3)2 and 3 drops of 6M HCl was added and flame tested. A 1M NH3 of 10 drops 0.5M AlCl3 was added until the solution turned blue. 3M drops of HC2H3O2 d was added …show more content…
Ammonia, NH3 10 was added to a test tube and 10 drops of 0.5m CuSO4. The result was recorded as the rest of every trial in the experiment with the different chemicals. 10 drops of 1M Na2CO3 was added with 10 drops of 6M HCl. Bubbles were formed with no color in both solutions. The 10 drops of 5.0M Na2SO4 to a test tube was dropped and 10 drops of 1M HCl as the solutions were mixed white precipitate was resulted and record for the unknown solution also. 10 drops of 1.0M Na3SO4 was added to the test tube, 10 drops of 6M HNO3 was the added. 10 drops of 0.5M (NH4)2 MoO4 added and mixed. The test tube was then heated in boiling water bath for 5 minutes this was the remove from the bath and led to cold for 10 minutes. The solution in the test the was yellow. A 5 drops of 1M HNO3 , 10 drops of 0.2M NaCl was added into a test tube. 2-3 drops of 0.1M AgNO3. A white precipitate resulting the presence of chlorine was present. 10 drops of 0.5M KSCN was placed into a test tube and 10 drops of 3M HC2H3O2 this solution was mixed. Then 0.1M Fe(NO3) until it was red. After conducting all the experiment procedure the observations were

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