Added by Dr. Martin Armitage on Dec 15, 2008
This activity shows two important methods of preparing salts - the first involves reaction of a suitable compound with an acid, and the second uses the method of precipitation to make insoluble salts. Students learn to understand these methods through the simulations given and familiarisation with word and balanced formula equations.
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