Problem: You have three solutions: HI(ag), HCN(ag), and KOH(ag), but you don't know which is which, so you test each with litmus paper. In addition, you use each solution to complete the electrical circuit for a light bulb. The results are are shown in the table below.Complete this table with the identity of each solution.

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You have three solutions: HI(ag), HCN(ag), and KOH(ag), but you don't know which is which, so you test each with litmus paper. In addition, you use each solution to complete the electrical circuit for a light bulb. The results are are shown in the table below.

Complete this table with the identity of each solution.

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