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The iodide (I) content of a commercial mineral water was measured by two methods that

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The iodide (I) content of a commercial mineral water was measured by two methods that produced wildy different results.7 Method A found 0.23 milligrams of I per liter (mg/L) and method B found 0.009 mg/L. When Mn2 was added to the water, the I content found by method A increased each time more Mn2 was added, but results from method B were unchanged. Which of the Terms to Understand describes what is occurring in these measurements? B

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12.1-12.2 Monday, January 11, 2016 3:29 PM - Know your Ions - Propertiesof Solutions ○ What is a solution  Homogeneousmixture  Composedof a solute dissolved in a solvent ○ How do they form ○ How do solution properties differ from those displayed by pure substances ○ What is not a solution  When the individual substances remain distinct, we are dealing with a heterogeneous system □ Example: bowl of M&Ms ○ Types of Solutions  Non-ionic vs. ionic  Non-ionic □ Sugar dissolved in water  Ionic □ Salt dissolved in water  Liquid-Solid  Liquid-Liq

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Textbook: Quantitative Chemical Analysis
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Author: Daniel C. Harris
ISBN: 9781429218153

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