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Find the approximate pH range suitable for the separation

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Problem 83QP

Find the approximate pH range suitable for the separation of Fe3+ and Zn2+ ions by precipitation of Fe(OH)3 from a solution that is initially 0.010 Min both Fe3+ and Zn2+.

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Anatomy of the Nervous System(continued) Major structures of the brain The human Mesencephalon(midbrain) ● Inferior colliculus and superior colliculus Diencephalon ● Made of thalamus and hypothalamus(left and right of each) Thalamus ● “sensory switchboard” or “router” ● all sensory messages, except smell, are routed through the thalamus on the way to the cortex (higher, outer brain) ● sends messages from the cortex to medulla and cerebellum ● Lateral geniculate nuclei (visual system) ● Medial geniculate neclei (auditory system) Hypothalamus ● Smaller than thalamus, made up of many smaller sub structures ● Sits below thalamus, hence the name ● Directs the endocrine system via messages to the pituitary gland(controls hormone release)

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Textbook: Chemistry: Atoms First
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Author: Julia Burdge, Jason Overby
ISBN: 9780073511160

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