Asked Oct 14, 2019

How could you differentiate between sodium chloride (table salt) and sodium iodide, a poison? 


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Using the color difference of silver halide and solubility, sodium chloride can be distinguished from sodium iodide.  Sodium chloride on reaction with silver nitra...

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