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* P is a a black powder, which, when fused with a mixture of potassium hydroxide and potassium nitrate and then treated with water yields a green solution. The green solution turn purple when acidified.
-identify P, the green solution and purple solution.
-write ionic equation to show the reaction taking place when the green solution was turned purple.

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