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In the gravimetric determination of barium as BaCrO4, what weight of sample must be taken so that the weight of the precipitate in milligrams multiplied by 100 will equal the % Ba in the sample?

  • Quaid university usmanlatif3@gmailcom - ,

    50 ml of sample solution+10ml of 6M acetic acid+10ml of 3M of Ammonium acetate+heat to boiling+slight excess of 10% ammonium chromate solution+cool+filter+wash the ppt+weight+calculate the ba % in bacro4

  • Gravi prob chem - ,

    in the gravimetric determination of barium in BaCrO4, what weight of sample must be taken so that the weight of the precipitate in milligrams multiplied by 100 will equal the % Ba in the sample?

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