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Asked Feb 14, 2019

Table 5.5 (data)

Sample tested Add HCl Add NH 3

Solid CaCO 3 _______ ________
Solid CuSO 4 _______ ________
Mixture _______ ________
Filtrate _______
Solid from funnel _______

Table 5.6 (report)
Identity of water-soluble solid ______
Identity of insoluble solid_______

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Addition of hydrochloric acid to calcium carbonate and copper sulfate: 

Solid calcium carbonate reacts with hydrochloric acid and gives calcium chloride, water and carbon dioxide gas.

Solid copper sulfate reacts with hydrochloric acid and gives copper chloride and sulphuric acid.

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Addition of aqueous ammonia to calcium carbonate and copper sulfate: 

Solid calcium carbonate reacts with ammonia and produces calcium cyanide and wate...

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