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Qualitative Analysis

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Qualitative Analysis is the determination of non-numerical information about a chemical species, a reaction, etc. Examples would be observing that a reaction is creating gas that is bubbling out of solution or observing that a reaction results in a color change. Qualitative analysis is not as reliable as quantitative analysis but is often far easier, faster and cheaper to perform. This chapter discusses how to perform a systematic analysis on inorganic material to ascertain its composition.

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