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Homework Help: chemistry

Posted by Judy on Monday, June 28, 2010 at 8:33pm.

Which of the following safety precautions is necessary for the 'Preparation of a Complex Iron Salt' experiment?


A. Oxalate compounds are easily absorbed through the skin and toxic to kidneys use gloves while handling.
B. Ethanol is flammable avoid ignition sources.
C. 3% H2O2 is a mild oxidizing agent avoid contact with the skin.
D. Sulfuric and oxalic acids can cause burns use gloves while handling.
E. All of these precautions are necessary.


is E correct?

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