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    If you react Ba2+ with potassium chromate what do you get??
    A yellow ppt?
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    (Original post by MedAmy)
    If you react Ba2+ with potassium chromate what do you get??
    A yellow ppt?

    From wikipedia:

    Barium chromate is a fine light yellow powder with the formula BaCrO4. The chromium occurs in the +6 oxidation state.

    It is very insoluble in water, but is soluble in acids.

    The solutions you use are usually in aqueous, so you should expect to get yellow ppt.
 
 
 
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