Specimens for Physics Chemistry Practical – NECO
(a) One burette 50cm^3
(b) One pipette, 20 or 25cm^3. How ever, all candidates in a centre must use pipettes of the same volume
(c) The usual apparatus and reagent for qualitative work includes:
(i) Sodium hydroxide solution
(ii) Dilute ammonia solution
(iii) Dilute hydrochloric acid
(iv) Distilled water
(v) Dilute trioxonitrate(v)acid
(vi) Lime water
(vii) Red and blue litmus paper
(viii) Aqueous solution of potassium iodide
(ix) Potassium iodide solution
(e) Methyl orange
(f) One boiling tube
(g) Five test tubes
(h) Filtration apparatus
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