Posted by **Kali** on Saturday, November 12, 2011 at 12:10pm.

I know I posted this and it got a response, but unfortunately for me the reponse has got me confused, sorry Bob.

Fe3+ (aq), Ca2+ (aq) and Ba2+ are all present in the same solution. Fully describe a procedure whereby you could separate these ions from one another

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