the cation which forms a yellow precipitate with potassium chomate in acetic acid is
Asked by binalmarakana16 | 10th Apr, 2020, 10:00: PM
The cation which forms a yellow precipitate with potassium chomate in acetic acid is Barium (Ba2+).
Answered by Ramandeep | 13th Apr, 2020, 12:09: PM
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