how can you use pH to separate Ni(II) ions from Hg(II) ions?

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The solubility product of HgS is roughly 2 x 10-53 and that of NiS is 3 x 10-19. If we wanted to separate these two ions by a differential precipitation, how might I do that? Consider the use of hydrosulfuric acid as your precipitating agent.

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Hg(II) is a Group II metal ion, whereas Ni(II) is a Group IV meta...

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