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In Lesson 6 we show how insoluble salts can be used as a chemical test to establish the identity of sulphate and carbonate ions in different solutions. Learners should be encouraged to take note of the correct procedures for these tests, record observations, write balanced chemical equations and draw conclusions based on their observations in these lessons. Let your learners view the video a second time to ensure they grasp the concepts presented in this lesson.