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This reaction can be used to identify what transition metal ion exists in a solution, identified by the colour of the final precipitate. A light blue solid shows that there was a presence of Cu2+ ions. A green solid shows that there was a presence of Fe2+ ions whereas a red/brown solid suggests Fe3+ ions. Sodium hydroxide can be used with all of these compounds to bring about precipitation.




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  • Freezing Point: -21 F (-29 C)

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LANCE HALL: There are several sites out there. One of the most informative on what biodiesel is, where it's being used, is biodiesel.org. That's the National Biodiesel Board website, lots of good information there. It won't really tell you as much how to make it, but hopefully, this will be one of the more informative sites that you'll actually be able to see somebody make one, make a batch. 041b061a72


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