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When a solution of Barium chloride is poored in… (more) Added: February 09, 2008 When a solution of Barium chloride is poored into a solution of sodium sul…


  • Joe Smith
    Posted 29.09.2013 at 00:55 | Permalink


  • David Partyka
    Posted 29.09.2013 at 01:07 | Permalink

    Clearly and effectively demonstrated precipitation reaction…my understanding of this reaction is not “cloudy” anymore! I will link to this video at Test Boost Inc. to help my students prepare for the SAT Subject Test in chemistry.

  • Talha Irfan
    Posted 29.09.2013 at 01:59 | Permalink

    1 day ago..!!

  • LenaLee9520
    Posted 29.09.2013 at 02:14 | Permalink

    That question is from a REALLY long while ago, but thank you anyways for answering ^^

  • Talha Irfan
    Posted 29.09.2013 at 02:37 | Permalink

    to be more specific….transition elements can be said as forming colour compounds

  • Talha Irfan
    Posted 29.09.2013 at 02:46 | Permalink

    dude its NaCl in an aqueous solution…thats why..aqueous means containing water!!

  • LenaLee9520
    Posted 29.09.2013 at 02:48 | Permalink

    ifit becomes barium sulphate, then isn’t what’s left sodium chloride which is just salt, so how is it a liquid??

  • Tharosa1942
    Posted 29.09.2013 at 03:37 | Permalink

    man like Shaving cream!

  • coolazdude94
    Posted 29.09.2013 at 04:34 | Permalink

    its white cuz there are no metallic elements that provide color

  • maxovitsj
    Posted 29.09.2013 at 05:25 | Permalink

    Sodium Sulfate (Na2So4) in water is a clear liquid (if dissolved) depending how pure your Na2So4 is it can be a bit yellowish

  • pyromodder
    Posted 29.09.2013 at 05:33 | Permalink


  • Dhwanit Dave
    Posted 29.09.2013 at 05:36 | Permalink

    Therefore Barium Chloride or Nitrate is used to detect for the presence of sulfate ions

  • Basco36
    Posted 29.09.2013 at 05:49 | Permalink

    It will still have a white haze to it but it would be clear for the most part.

  • allysonblahh
    Posted 29.09.2013 at 06:48 | Permalink

    random.. but does anybody know if after the barium sulfate settles, is the aluminum chloride solution white or colorless?

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