Chm1033L Module 5 Physiologically important ions

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Chm1033L Module 5 Physiologically important ions
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Chemistry 1033L Miami Dade College
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  1. laboratory test
    chemical reactions which can be used to determine the presence or absence of a substance or substances
  2. qualitative test
    used to determine the presence or absence of a substance or substances
  3. quantitative test
    used to determine the amount of a substance that is present
  4. ionic compound
    a combination of elements. 1 always being a metal except in the presence of ammonium which acts like a metal
  5. List 3 kinds of qualitative tests
    • Precipitation test
    • Complexation test
    • Gas releasing test
  6. why must you use the ionized water rather than tap water in an experiment
    in order to not contaminate or alter the experiment with the ions in the tap water
  7. Test for Calcium
    CaCl2 + Na2Co3 = White precipitate
  8. Test for Cloride
    NaCl + AgNO3 = heavy white precipitate
  9. Test for Fe3
    Fe(NO3)3 + KSCN = reddish brown color similar to iodine solution
  10. Test for Cu
    Cu(NO3)2 + NH4OH = blue to sky blue color
  11. Test for CO3
    Na2CO3 + HNO3 = carbonation

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