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AQA A-level Chemistry Sulphates and Halides

Sulphates and Halides

This page covers the following topics:

1. Identification of sulphate solutions
2. Identification of halides

Sulphate ions in solution, can be detected using barium chloride solution.

Identification of sulphate solutions

Halide ions are the ions of the halogens. Halide ions in solution are detected using silver nitrate solution.

Identification of halides

1

What are the halogens?

What are the halogens?

2

What is the precipitate that forms?

What is the precipitate that forms?

3

What colour precipitate do bromide ions give? What is this precipitate?

What colour precipitate do bromide ions give? What is this precipitate?

4

What colour precipitate do chloride ions give? What is this precipitate?

What colour precipitate do chloride ions give? What is this precipitate?

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Why can we not used sulphuric acid when adding drops of acid to the original solution?

Why can we not used sulphuric acid when adding drops of acid to the original solution?

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