Lab Report for Group I Cations
This would have decreased the chance of silver being transferred into the unknown liquid.
In conclusion, many often have the misconception that the field of chemistry is overrun with equations and numbers. However, this couldn't be further from the truth. Even in a titration, which involves many calculations and quantitative values, the end of the experiment is marked by a color change, a qualitative observation. This experiment further proves that qualitative observations are extremely important in the process of determining any unknown and in the field of chemistry as a whole.
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