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Using copper metal, copper oxides, sulfate (VI), chloride, nitrate(V) and carbonate safely in practical work
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Guidance on preparing, labelling and storingsolutions of copper (II) salts, including copper sulphate, copper nitrate and copper chloride.
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Includes both cupric and cuprous chlorides and cuprous iodide
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The electrolysis of copper(II) chloride solution was cited in many GCSE exemplar procedures. With large-scale equipment, the volume of chlorine produced, caused breathing difficulties for some student.. more
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Brief risk assessment guidance and experimental notes for a range of activities involving copper metal, copper(I) oxide, copper(II) oxide, copper carbonate and copper(II) sulfide (Hazcard 26).
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Using zinc metal, and zinc oxide, carbonate, sulfate (VI), chloride and bromide, safely in practical work.
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Describes two simple microscale practical activities, one a demo, the other for class use, for illustrating the electrolytic separation of copper and chromate ions. Copper chromate is made, in situ, b.. more
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Explains the relative merits of three different ways of producing printed circuit boards by etching copper-clad boards.
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With careful supervision, students can carry a simple distillation to separate a pure substance (water) from a solution (copper(II) sulfate). This can be achieved by using a side-arm boiling tube inst.. more
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The metal ions cobalt(II), copper(II), iron(II) and iron(III) can be tested for with simple test tube reactions. These tests are more specific than precipitation reactions with sodium hydroxide soluti.. more
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