chemistry gcse q help please!!

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iii) The student carrying out the test records the following result
'A precipitate forms in the test tube. The precipitate is a cream/yellow colour'
Explain why the anion in X cannot be known for certain.



Would the answer be that because we don't know what the halidie it actually is reacting with is, we don't know for certain
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iii) The student carrying out the test records the following result
'A precipitate forms in the test tube. The precipitate is a cream/yellow colour'
Explain why the anion in X cannot be known for certain.



Would the answer be that because we don't know what the halidie it actually is reacting with is, we don't know for certain
Yep, because cream is bromine and yellow is iodine, so it could be either
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cream or yellow - difficult to tell apart sometimes

try here: https://science-revision.co.uk/testi...%20anions.html
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