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Research 2 – Identification of Inorganic Shades
CHM tips Lab
Monday October 1, 2012
Unknown Solid – a couple of
Identifying my own cation was rather easy because of the colour of the natural powder when it was first given to myself. It was pinkish/slight red once solid and when it was grounded up even more. This observation ruled out just about every cation aside from some hydrated Co (II) salts. After being blended in drinking water, the solution switched pink which in turn agrees with the statement the cation was Co. In table 5, it shows that Co blended in drinking water produces a pink solution. In 6 Meters HCl, the entire solid would not dissolve, which in turn left a precipitate in the bottom. The solution was a deep purple while the precipitate at the bottom was pink. Following adding drinking water to help thin down the solution, the perfect solution turned pinker due to the fact that a neutral option of Company turns green. Although following add doze M HCl, the solution converted purple, which can be due to the mix of the fairly neutral pink Co Solution as well as the blue CoCl4, HCl solution. During the fire test, there were no alter, which eliminated Ba, Florida, Cu, K and Na. From all of these findings, there was no doubt that my own cation was Co (II). To figure out my personal anion, the AgNO3 test proved to be beneficial. At first, that looked like there was zero precipitate created but when you look closer you can see that generally there actually is some precipitate in the bottom. This confirmed that the remedy was white-colored and moderately soluble. Taking a look at Table 6th, SO4 may be the only anion that creates a white, moderately soluble color. The anion SO4 can be identified through the infrared spectra, which matched perfectly with all the spectra provided from SO4. There were highs from 1150-1060 and 615-605. These were many ways to finalize the identification of SO4.
The last solution to my own inorganic sturdy was Cobalt (II) Sulfate – CoSO4.
2 . NO3 and Br can easily both be ruled out since both nitrates and bromides are generally sencillo in normal water which means that PO4, CO3...