Testing for copper and iron ions

Added by Lawrie Ryan on Feb 27, 2008

An interactive animation showing how precipitation reactions can be used to test for the presence of copper, iron (II) and iron (III) ions. Sodium hydroxide is added to the solutions to be tested. Click the highlighted areas to reveal the results of the precipitation reactions.

This resource is from the unit Testing for Ions which is part of Absorb Chemistry.

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