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Devise a test to distinguish between Cu2+ and Co2+.

asked by Grace
  1. Know how many valence electrons there are in both of them, then make a test to find how many valence electrons in both of them.

    posted by Mathtaculator
  2. Mathtaculator's method is ingenious but extremely difficult to do.
    See your post above for [CoCl4]^2-

    posted by DrBob222

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