3. What do the ions that gave a precipitate with (NH),CO, and Na,PO, have in common?4. Which test ions were spectator ions throughout part A? What do these ions have incommon?Which ONE of the following ions is mostly likely to give a precipitate with PO?Explain5.So2СНО,NO,FTMg24CstH*NH,31

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3. What do the ions that gave a precipitate with (NH),CO, and Na,PO, have in common?
4. Which test ions were spectator ions throughout part A? What do these ions have in
common?
Which ONE of the following ions is mostly likely to give a precipitate with PO?
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5.
So2
СНО,
NO,
FT
Mg2
4
Cst
H*
NH,
31
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3. What do the ions that gave a precipitate with (NH),CO, and Na,PO, have in common? 4. Which test ions were spectator ions throughout part A? What do these ions have in common? Which ONE of the following ions is mostly likely to give a precipitate with PO? Explain 5. So2 СНО, NO, FT Mg2 4 Cst H* NH, 31

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