Salts - Edexcel

1

Which salt would be formed by reacting cobalt carbonate and hydrochloric acid?

2

When a soluble salt is formed from an acid and an insoluble base, how do you know when an excess of base has been added?

3

Why do you add excess of the insoluble reactant when making a soluble salt?

4

How do you separate an excess insoluble reactant from a solution?

5

Which of these substances is most likely to be insoluble?

6

Magnesium chloride solution and sodium carbonate solution are mixed together. What substance is precipitated?

7

Which two chemicals could you react to make only potassium chloride and water?

8

When producing a soluble salt in a reaction between an acid and an alkali, how can you prepare dry solid crystals from the solution?

9

When performing an acid-alkali titration, what piece of apparatus is used to place a fixed volume of the first solution into the conical flask?

10

Which two solutions react to make a precipitate?