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Tests for Anions

Chemical used to test for chloride ions AgNO3 (White precipitate, AgCl, is formed)
Chemical used to test for Sulfate(SO4) & Sulfite(SO3) ions BaCl2 (White precipitate, BaSO4/BaS03, is formed)
Chemical used to differentiate between BaSO4 & BaS03 Dilute HCl
Does Barium Sulphate or Sulphite dissolve in HCl? Barium Sulphite dissolves
Chemical used to test for Carbonate(CO3) & Hydrogen Carbonate (HC03) ions Add dilute HCl, if the gas given off makes limewater cloudy C03/HCO3 is present
Chemical used to differentiate between HC03 & C03 MgS04
Does MgS04 react with HCO3 or CO3 to give a white precipitate? C03, however boiling HC03 with MgSO4 gives a precipitate
Chemicals used to test for Nitrate ions FeS04 and concentrated H2S04 (Brown ring forms at junction)
Chemicals used to test for Phosphate ions Ammonium Molybdate and Nitric acid(HN03) are added and the solution is warmed (Yellow Precipitate is formed)
Created by: JackEatonK98