1. Which of the following does not show the appropriate reagents used for the preparation of the named salts?
2. Which pair of substances produce a precipitate when their aqueous solutions are mixed?
A sodium chloride and barium nitrate
B sodium nitrate and barium chloride
C sodium nitrate and silver nitrate
D sodium sulfate (VI) and barium chloride
3. Which of the following reaction produces the best yield of calcium sulfate?
A Add dilute nitric acid to calcium carbonate, followed by dilute sulfuric acid.
B Mixing solid calcium nitrate and solid potassium sulfate.
C Add dilute sulfuric acid to calcium carbonate
D Titrate aqueous calcium hydroxide with dilute sulfuric acid
4. Which of the following substances in water is most suitable to react with dilute hydrochloric acid to prepare silver chloride?
A Silver oxide
B Silver metal
C Silver nitrate
D Silver carbonate
5. Which of the following pairs of solutions when added together will produce an insoluble salt?
I Magnesium fluoride and lead(II) nitrate
II Sodium chloride and silver nitrate
III Copper(II) sulfate and barium chloride
IV Potassium carbonate and sodium nitrate
A I and II only
B I, II and III only
C I, II and IV only
D I, II, III and IV