Salt Preparation for O Level Students

Watch This Video Before You Attempt Your Next Salt Preparation Question!


In this video, we take a look at the 3 methods of Salt Preparation:-
1. Ionic precipitation,
2. Titration (acid + alkali) and,
3. Excess method (acid + insoluble excess metal, carbonate or base),
and how they are selected to prepare salts.

In each question, we start off with a flowchart (with knowledge of the solubility table) to select the method of preparation. Next, once the method is selected, all a student needs to do is to reproduce the steps given in the textbook/notes to score Full Marks!



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