Testing for ammonium salts
Added by Yenka on Oct 8, 2009
This model explains that one method of testing for ammonium salts is to heat the salt with a strong base and look for the production of ammonia gas. Carry out this experiment on a sample of ammonium chloride.
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- about the use of sodium hydroxide solution and damp litmus paer to identify ammonium ions
- Identifying Substances
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