1. A pure, dry sample of an insoluble salt can be prepared starting with two soluble reactants. What is this method called?

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2. How are lithium ions identified, and what is the result?

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3. What is the universal indicator colour of a pH 4-6 solution?

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4. If ammonium nitrate NH₄NO₃ contains the NO₃⁻ ion, what is the formula for the other ion?

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5. With universal indicator, what is the pH of a red solution?

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6. Describe how you would carry out a flame test

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7. Is silver carbonate soluble?

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8. Work out the empirical formula of an oxide of chlorine contains 7.1 g of chlorine and 1.6 g of oxygen.

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9. Write the word equation to represent the reaction between copper oxide and sulfuric acid

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10. Which gas will bleach moist litmus paper?

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11. Which two substances are added when testing for halide ions, and what is the result if they are present?

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12. What is a base?

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13. A pure, dry sample of a soluble salt can be prepared starting with an insoluble reactant. What is this method called?

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14. A pure, dry sample of a soluble salt can be prepared starting from an acid and alkali. What are the two stages of this method called?

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15. What method would be followed to prepare a sample of pure, dry lead (II) sulfate?

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16. An acid is called a proton _________

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17. When preparing hydrated copper(II) sulfate crystals starting from copper(II) oxide, why is an excess of copper (II) oxide added?

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18. What is defined as a proton acceptor?

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19. What is an alkali compared to a base?

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20. What is the test for iron (II) ions (Fe²⁺) and what is the result?

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21. What is an alkali?

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