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How can you test calcium nitride.. ( Ca3N2)
I have written the reaction between calcium and nitrogen. A question that says " how will you test the product formed " is given. SO can you please help me, How can you test calcium nitride?

  1. DrBob222

    Test for what? to show what?

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