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Posted by HELPP NO IDEA on Sunday, October 16, 2011 at 7:11pm.

IF AFTER PRECIPITATION OF THE GROUP I CATIONS AS CHLORIDES BY THE REACTION WITH HCL NEARLY ALL OF THE PRECIPITATE DISSOLVES IN THE HOT WATER. WHAT ION IS MOST PROBABLY PRESENT AND WHICH IONS ARE MOST PROBABLY ABSENT?

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