Substances A, B, and C can all act as oxidizing agents. In solution, A is green, B is yellow, and C is red. In the reactions in which they participate, they are reduced to A−, B−, and C− ions, all of which are colorless.You are given an unknown, colorless, solution that contains one of the following salts: NaA, NaB, NaC. In solution, each salt dissociates completely into the Na+ ion and the anion A−, B−, or C−. The Na+ ion is effectively inert. You are given the availability of solutions of A, B, and C, develop a simple procedure for identifying the salt that is present in your unknown. Question 6 options: React your unknown with NaA, NaB and NaC respectively. If a reaction occurs, your unknown is a better oxidizing agent than what you reacted it with. Use the oxidation strength order calculated in the previous question to determine your unknown. React your unknown with NaA, NaB and NaC respectively. If a reaction occurs, your unknown is a worse oxidizing agent than what you reacted it with. Use the oxidation strength order calculated in the previous question to determine your unknown. React your unknown with A, B and C respectively. If a reaction occurs, your unknown is a worse oxidizing agent than what you reacted it with. Use the oxidation strength order calculated in the previous question to determine your unknown. React your unknown with A, B and C respectively. If a reaction occurs, your unknown is a better oxidizing agent than what you reacted it with. Use the oxidation strength order calculated in the previous question to determine your unknown.

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Substances A, B, and C can all act as oxidizing agents. In solution, A is green, B is yellow, and C is red. In the reactions in which they participate, they are reduced to A−, B−, and C− ions, all of which are colorless.

You are given an unknown, colorless, solution that contains one of the following salts: NaA, NaB, NaC. In solution, each salt dissociates completely into the Na+ ion and the anion A−, B−, or C−. The Na+ ion is effectively inert. You are given the availability of solutions of A, B, and C, develop a simple procedure for identifying the salt that is present in your unknown.

 

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React your unknown with NaA, NaB and NaC respectively. If a reaction occurs, your unknown is a better oxidizing agent than what you reacted it with. Use the oxidation strength order calculated in the previous question to determine your unknown.

 

React your unknown with NaA, NaB and NaC respectively. If a reaction occurs, your unknown is a worse oxidizing agent than what you reacted it with. Use the oxidation strength order calculated in the previous question to determine your unknown.

 

React your unknown with A, B and C respectively. If a reaction occurs, your unknown is a worse oxidizing agent than what you reacted it with. Use the oxidation strength order calculated in the previous question to determine your unknown.

 

React your unknown with A, B and C respectively. If a reaction occurs, your unknown is a better oxidizing agent than what you reacted it with. Use the oxidation strength order calculated in the previous question to determine your unknown.

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Add B(yellow) in the solution (as it has highest oxidising power). If the solution contai...

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