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Add excess sodium hydroxide, solution turns into a green precipitate.
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Test for (Fe)²⁺ ions (Metal ions (aq))

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Flame test, flame turns yellow.
Test for (Na)⁺ ions (Metal ions (s))
Flame test, flame turns orange-red.
Test for (Ca)²⁺ ions (Metal ions (s))
Flame test, flame turns red.
Test for (Li)⁺ ions (Metal ions (s))
Flame test, flame turns lilac.
Test for (K)⁺ ions (Metal ions (s))
Flame test, flame turns blue-green.
Test for (Cu)²⁺ ions (Metal ions (s))
Moles = Mass/Mr
Equation for Mass, Moles and Mr
Mass = Concentration x Volume
Equation for Concentration, Mass and Volume
Moles = Concentration x Volume
Equation for Concentration, Moles and Volume
Divide by 1000.
Convert from cm³ to dm³
Divide by 1000.
Convert from g to kg
Divide by 1000.
Convert from mg to g
Divide by Relative Formula Mass.
Convert from g/dm³ to mol/dm³