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Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by Kendel on Thursday, November 24, 2011 at 5:50pm.

You are given an unknown solution that only contains one of the two listed cations. Describe a simple test to distinguish between aqueous solutions of the following cations. State the distinguishing outcomes of the test and the indication of which cation is present. a: Al^3+ and Fe^3+ b: Fe(OH)3(s) and Ni(OH)2(s) c: Cr^3+ and CrO4^2- d: Ni^2+ and Fe^3+

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