Precipitation Reactions


Approximately 2 mL of Solution A is added to a sample of Solution B with a dropping pipet. If a precipitate forms, the resulting precipitate is supended in the mixture. The mixture is then stirred with a glass stirring rod and the precipitate is allowed to settle for about a minute.
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sodium hydroxide and copper(II) nitrate   
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sodium hydroxide and nickel(II) nitrate   
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sodium hydroxide and silver nitrate   
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sodium hydroxide and iron(III) nitrate   
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sodium iodide and mercury(II) chloride   
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sodium iodide and lead(II) nitrate   
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sodium iodide and silver nitrate   
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sodium iodide and potassium nitrate   
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sodium sulfide and nickel(II) nitrate   
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sodium sulfide and copper(II) nitrate   
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sodium sulfide and cadmium(II) chloride   
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sodium sulfide and lead(II) nitrate   
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potassium chromate and silver nitrate   
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potassium chromate and lead(II) nitrate   
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potassium chromate and sodium nitrate   
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sodium sulfate and barium nitrate   
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sodium chloride and silver nitrate   
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sodium chloride and copper(II) nitrate   
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sodium chloride and nickel(II) nitrate   
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sodium chloride and iron(III) nitrate   
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sodium chloride and potassium nitrate   
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