• anonymous
Is there any observation when AlBr3 reacts with ZnSO4 or Ba(OH)2 solutions ?
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  • abb0t
I believe that you get a solid to form, a white solid. if too much is added, the concentration becomes to high and you get a "milky" solid. I think someone asked this same question a few days ago.
  • oOKawaiiOo
Hello Abbot!!! Abbot is right a milky solid or precipitate does form.
  • anonymous
Sorry but this occurs for reaction with which compound ? Since I have to differentiate these 2 compounds wi AlBr3

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