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16 Maps acid solution acidified with HC1 AgBr AgC1 alcohol alkaline alkaline reaction amnionic aqueous solution ATLAS basic salt black precipitate blowpipe borax chloride Chromium cipitate cloth lettered cobaltic nitrate concentrated H2S04 consisting of 32 crucible cyanides Cyanogen deflagrates detected directed in sec dissolved in HC1 drop easily soluble evolved excess of NH3 filtrate fluid fused give a precipitate gives a white glass tube heated on charcoal ignited incrustation insoluble insoluble in acids iodine LL.D metallic bead microcosmic salt mixture moistened NaOH NH3 is added nitrate ORGANIC ACIDS oxalic oxidising oxidising flame platinum portion POTASSIC present produce a precipitate produces a white recognised reddish-brown removed residue silicate small quantity smell sodic solu soluble in excess soluble in HC1 soluble in NH3 soluble in water substance SULPHATE sulphides tion turbidity vide sec violet volatilises washed white precipitate yellow colour yellow precipitate
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