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Chemistry Qualitative Analysis Tests

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Carbonate
add dilute acid. Result: effervescence
(write word equation)
Cl-
acidify with dilute nitric acid, then add aqueous silver nitrate. Result: white ppt
(write symbol equation)
Br-
acidify with dilute nitric acid, then add aqueous silver nitrate. Result: cream ppt
(write symbol equation)
I-
acidify with dilute nitric acid, then add aqueous silver nitrate. Result: yellow ppt
(write symbol equation)
SO42- Sulfate
Acidify with dilute hydrochloric acid, then add aqueous barium chloride, Result: white ppt
(write symbol equation then word equation)
Li+
Flame test, Result: red
(write symbol equation)
Na+
Flame test, Result: yellow/orange
(write symbol equation)
K+
Flame test, Result: Lilac
(write symbol equation)
Ca2+
Flame test, Result: brick red
Cu2+
Add aqueous sodium hydroxide, Result: light blue ppt insoluble in excess
(write symbol equation)
Fe2+ iron(II)
Add aqueous sodium hydroxide, Result: green ppt insoluble in excess
(write symbol equation then word equation)
Fe3+ iron(III)
Add aqueous sodium hydroxide, Result red-brown ppt insoluble in excess
(write symbol equation then word equation)
ammonium
Add aqueous sodium hydroxide then warm, Result: no ppt but a nasty smelling gas produced
(write word equation)