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    test for sulphate ions....
    add hcl and bacl2 ?????
    am not sure
    help appreciated
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    (Original post by InTeRRoGaToR)
    test for sulphate ions....
    Barium Chloride test. Any soluble sulphate will give a white ppt of Barium Sulphate...

    E.g. BaCl2(aq) + ZnSO4(aq) -----> ZnCl2(aq) + BaSO4(s)
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    um I think you shud try googling...google is floating with answers to all those chemical tests. Alternatively you might try & refer to your textbook...
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    you add any barium salt and you add the acid to distinguish that it is a sulphate, this should react to give you a white precipitate thus a sulphate is present.
    then you write you equations out n get rid of the spectator ions so you basically should remember this:
    (Generalised- Ionic Equation)
    Ba2+ + SO4 2- ----->BaSO4
 
 
 
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