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    I am just very confused because the specification douse not specify the reactions you need to know for chromium and copper? All I know is that for all the other d block metals listed on the specification all we need to know is addition of NH3 and NaOH.
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    I am just very confused because the specification douse not specify the reactions you need to know for chromium and copper? All I know is that for all the other d block metals listed on the specification all we need to know is addition of NH3 and NaOH.
    https://98fdf990e921f9b68c6761eb14cb...n%20Metals.pdf

    Pages 6 and 7^
    Everything is pretty much covered there, look up some stuff on chemguide under transition metals for copper and chromium.
    There are two past papers I believe that have a question each which tested you on reactions of copper and reactions of chromium. Worth having a look at that.
    There's a few various things you need to know for Cu and Cr, on top of knowing their reactions with NH3 and NaOH.
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    (Original post by fisher96)
    https://98fdf990e921f9b68c6761eb14cb...n%20Metals.pdf

    Pages 6 and 7^
    Everything is pretty much covered there, look up some stuff on chemguide under transition metals for copper and chromium.
    There are two past papers I believe that have a question each which tested you on reactions of copper and reactions of chromium. Worth having a look at that.
    There's a few various things you need to know for Cu and Cr, on top of knowing their reactions with NH3 and NaOH.
    Thank you very much
 
 
 
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