You end up in the laboratory with 3 unknown solutions (A, B & C). Each of the solutions is a colorless liquid. Unfortunately, the teacher forgot to identify the beakers! She only knows that there is a potassium nitrate solution, a sodium phosphate solution and a silver sulfate solution.
Explain how to determine which solution is in beaker A, beaker B and beaker C if you are given access to calcium hydroxide solution and hydrochloric acid solution.

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Potassium nitrate will give no visible reaction with either calcium hydroxide or hydrochloric acid, because all possible compounds...

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