Tests for Positive Ions: Flame Test Colours

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Some positive ions can be identified using a flame test.
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Question 1

Question
What colour does the metal ion lithium produce when put into a flame?
Answer
  • Yellow
  • Crimson (red)

Question 2

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What colour does the metal ion sodium produce when put into a flame?
Answer
  • Yellow
  • Green

Question 3

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What colour does the metal ion potassium produce when put into a flame?
Answer
  • Red
  • Lilac

Question 4

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What colour does the metal ion calcium produce produce when put into a flame?
Answer
  • Red
  • Yellow

Question 5

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What colour does the metal ion barium produce when put into a flame?
Answer
  • Lilac
  • Green
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