A level inorganic chemistry: 3d block-transition metal complex ions and hydroxide precipitates
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Periodic Table - Transition Metal Chemistry - Doc Brown's Chemistry Revising Advanced Level Inorganic Chemistry Periodic Table Revision Notes the formation of 3d block transition metal hydroxides
Appendix 12 Complex & hydroxide precipitate 'pictures'
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Doc Brown's Chemistry Advanced Level Pre-University Chemistry Revision Study Notes for UK IB KS5 A/AS GCE advanced level inorganic chemistry students US K12 grade 11 grade 12 inorganic chemistry- 3d block transition metal chemistry Sc Ti V Cr Mn Fe Co Ni Cu Zn
Appendix 12 PICTURES of PRECIPITATES and COMPLEX FORMATION
Some 'test tube' pictures of a variety of soluble transition metal complex ions and precipitates of insoluble complexes.
Prior to, and with, excess reagent for selected 3d block aqueous ions.
They can be used as simple tests for identifying transition metal ions.
Text and formula summary of these reactions of 3d block ions is given below but there are more details in most cases in the notes for each metal for ...
[M(H2O)6]n+ where M = metal, n = 2 or 3 and Al3+ for comparison (See Chemical Tests for more precipitates)
... and many are useful simple tests to identify metal ions (ppt. = precipitate, gel. = gelatinous)
For detailed equations of these reactions go to the specific chemistry sections for that metal via the index below
and there also useful equations described is Appendix 1. Hydrated salts, acidity of hexa–aqua ions
The comparison equations for the aluminium ion (NOT a 3d block metal)
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