copper nitrate radical test experiment for practical with proper method to write in copy

Asked by ABHILASHA | 4th Mar, 2021, 02:26: AM

Expert Answer:

Aim- To find the presence of nitrate ion in solution.
Apparatus- Test tube, beaker, Bunsen burner, Volumetric flask
Take in a test tube 1 mL of salt solution in water. Add a conc of 2 mL. Mix thoroughly with H2SO4. Cool the mixture under the tap. Add freshly prepared ferrous sulfate without shaking on the sides of the test tube. At the junction of the two solutions, a dark brown ring is formed.

Aluminium is the reducing agent in this reaction that will occur.

Answered by Ravi | 8th Mar, 2021, 12:22: PM