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Grade: 11
        Why concentrated nitric acid is used for halogen detection?
2 years ago

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Umakant biswal
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If organic compound contains Nitrogen ,sulphur and halogens the nitrogen and sulphur create the problem in the identification of halogens. both will form NaCN and Na
2S on fusion with sodium metal. and both these compounds reacts with silver nitrate to give precipitate. These precipitates interfere with the precipitates of halogens. to avoid this nitric acid is added to the sodium extract. this nitric acid destroy  NaCN and Na2S compounds to form volatile gases. 
HOPE IT CLEARS 
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2 years ago
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