CHEM 121 Lab exam 2 study

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Which of the following is the correct formula for potassium hydrogen tartrate?
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A titration is an analytical technique that requires accurate measurements. Which of the statements below is not proper use of lab equipment or technique?
A: It is okay to use dirty glassware, as long as you know that there will be no reaction with the acid or the base in your titration.
B:To weigh the mass of KHP, place a piece of weighing paper or a small container on the balance tray, zero the scale, then add the KHP.
C: If you accidently weigh out too much KHP, it is never appropriate to return the excess mass to the reagent bottle.
D: To properly use the pipet, always draw the liquid a bit past the desired line, then slowly drain until the liquid level is where you want it.
A solution is thought to contain one or more of the following ions: CO32-, Cl1-, Br1-, I1-. Several drops of 6 M HNO3 are added but no gasses are evolved. To the solution is added several drops of 0.1 M AgNO3 and a white precipitate is formed. This precipitate dissolves completely in 6 M NH3.
What ion or ions are present?