During the mixing step, briefly discuss why gentle mixing of the solution is necessary after the addition of ferric chloride? How does this impact the next step of sedimentation?

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  1. During the mixing step, briefly discuss why gentle mixing of the solution is necessary after the addition of ferric chloride? How does this impact the next step of sedimentation?

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