Zinc should react with HCl, but oftentimes this reaction is delayed or does not show up clearly as the HCl provided in competitions is diluted. I don't believe iodine is typically used to identify metals.Hi all,
I was just wondering how zinc reacts in HCl and iodine. After research online, i found there is a lot of fizz when mixed with HCl, but when I tried that with my own personal tools, there seems to be little to no reaction. What may be the problem in this situation?
The event supervisor will provide all of the unknown materials to be provided. The only things you need to bring are listed in the rules.I was wondering if we need to bring all powders and fibers or metals which has to be tested or they will provide it.
You can buy a kit with pretty much everything here https://www.wardsci.com/store/catalog/p ... 470222-058Hello- This is the first year I will be participating and was wondering where I can buy a practice kit that would contain everything needed? Thanks
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