(a) The scheme below shows some of the reaction of solution D. Study it and answer the questions that follow
(i) Give a possible caution present in solution D
(ii) Write an ionic equation for the reaction in Step II
(iii) What observations would be made in Step V? Give a reason
(iv) Explain why the total volume of hydrogen gas produced in step 1 was found to be very low although calcium and solution D were in excess.
(v) State one use of substance E.
(b)Starting with solid sodium chloride, describe how a pure sample of lead (II) Chloride can be prepared in the laboratory
(c) (i) State a property of anhydrous calcium chloride which makes it suitable for use as a drying agent for chlorine gas.
(ii) Name another substance that can be used to dry chlorine gas
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