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Homework Help: chemistry

Posted by JES on Friday, October 22, 2010 at 9:48pm.

group 1 cations:
im doing a lab report for a experiment we did today. we had a known and we checked it for pb^+2, Hg2^+2, and Ag^+1.

we have to write our observations for:

A Precipitation of group 1.

what does this mean?
i understand the other questions, the others are about the separation and confirmation of the 3 cations i mentioned, but what is the precipitation of group 1. help! =(

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