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What would be a newer more efficient method to do the qualitative analysis of an unknown. I am trying to find a good method and its greenness (Green chemistry) and say why it better than the common method used.

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This is such an open ended question that I really don't know how to address it. Qualitative analysis for what? A complete qual scheme to replace the one most often used now (that is groups I through V). And does this include anions (they are done in groups I through V also). Surely you aren't talking about a complete qual scheme. That is a book, not a response on this board that can be done in 10 minutes.

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