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Edexcel GCSE Chemistry Hydroxides

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Dilute sodium hydroxide solution is used to test for some metal ions, which form insoluble metal hydroxides.

Sodium hydroxide reactions

Dilute sodium hydroxide solution is used to test for some metal ions, which form insoluble metal hydroxides.

Sodium hydroxide reactions

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If we add excess sodium hydroxide solution to the solution with Al(OH)₃ precipitate, what change do we see?

Edexcel GCSE Chemistry Hydroxides If we add excess sodium hydroxide solution to the solution with Al(OH)₃ precipitate, what change do we see?
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If we add excess sodium hydroxide solution to the solutions with calcium or magnesium hydroxide precipitates, what change would we see?

Edexcel GCSE Chemistry Hydroxides If we add excess sodium hydroxide solution to the solutions with calcium or magnesium hydroxide precipitates, what change would we see?
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What colour precipitate do we see when Cu²⁺ ions are added to the sodium hydroxide solution?

Edexcel GCSE Chemistry Hydroxides What colour precipitate do we see when Cu²⁺ ions are added to the sodium hydroxide solution?
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Write a balanced equation for the reaction of copper sulphate with sodium hydroxide.

Edexcel GCSE Chemistry Hydroxides Write a balanced equation for the reaction of copper sulphate with sodium hydroxide.
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In ionic equations, what name is given to the ions that are not shown in the equation (i.e. ions that are not involved in the formation of the precipitate)?

Edexcel GCSE Chemistry Hydroxides In ionic equations, what name is given to the ions that are not shown in the equation (i.e. ions that are not involved in the formation of the precipitate)?
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