2.2 Ions in solution

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Flashcards for basic facts relating to the standard 2.2 - Ions in solution

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cation a positively charged ion
anion a negatively charged ion
precipitate a solid that forms when two solutions are mixed. A ppt is a new ionic compound that is less soluble
AgNO3 Silver Nitrate
NH3 ammonia
which complex ions form with excess ammonia? Cu(NH3)4 2+ Ag(NH3)2 + Zn(NH3)4 2+
If I want to add ammonia - which bottle should I use? Ammonium hydroxide NH4OH
Which complex ions form with excess sodium hydroxide? Zn(OH)4 2- Pb(OH)4 2- Al(OH)4 2-
What is the name and formula of the complex ion that Fe3+ forms? iron thiocyanate FeSCN 2+
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