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Ketan Krishna Mishra

Mar 22, 2015

Explain fountain experiment?

Fountain experiment is used to demonstrate the solubility o...

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Sarath Babu t

Jan 11, 2014

Give reason

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Rutvik gulavani

Nov 23, 2013

pls help me to do this as i have a project on this.... what is the 1.Method 2.Experiment...

Pls... this not based on any topic in my syllabus so pls help in it ...as a student

No such method. You will need some data like weight, quality of the sugarcane to calculate the volume.

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Sarath Babu t

Jan 11, 2014

Give reason

Because HCl (aq) is in a complet...

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Shehrebano

Feb 9, 2015

Equation for magnesium treated with very dilute nitric acid?

Very dilute nitric aicd reaxts with magnesium to give its nitrate and hydrogen gas.
Mg + 2HNO3 → Mg(NO3)2 + H2

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Sarath Babu t

Jan 11, 2014

Give reason

When hydrogen chloride gas is exposed to atmosphere it gives white fumes due to the formation of hydrochloric acid on reacting with atmospheric water vapour

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Ketan Krishna Mishra

Mar 22, 2015

Why does the formation of HCl take place in diffused sunlight?

Hydrogen chloride gas can also be formed by reaction of moist hydro...

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Kuldeep Yadav

Dec 21, 2014

Name the gas in each of the following :
i) A gas evolved when dil HCL is added to calcium carbonate.
ii) The gas evolved on reaction of aluminium with boiling concentrated caustic alkali solution.
iii) The gas produced when copper reacts with concentrated nitric acid.
iv) The gas produced on reaction of dilute sulphuric acid with iron sulphide.

i)CO2
ii)H2
iii)NO2
iv)Hydrogen sulphide gas.

Answer (2)

Hetavi

Aug 23, 2015

How do we differentiate between a sodium sulphate and sodium nitrate?

Ans:
Heating Test & Reaction with Potassium dichromate solution:
Sodium nitrate:

On heating sodium nitrate will produce reddish  brown coloured gas..
When t...

Answer (1)

Uttam mazumder

Aug 28, 2013

When a gas 'A' is mixed with gas 'B' dense white fumes are seen and there is no other product (gas 'B' turns moist red litmus paper blue)

i) What is the name of the gas 'A'

ii) What is the naame of the product of reaction between gas B and A

i) the name of the gas 'A' is hydrogen chloride (HCl)

ii) the name of the product of reaction between gas 'B' and gas 'A' is ammonium chloride (NH4Cl).

Answer (1)

Ketan Krishna Mishra

Mar 22, 2015

Explain fountain experiment?

Fountain experiment is used to demonstrate the solubility o...

Answer (1)

Sarath Babu t

Jan 11, 2014

Give reason

Answer (2)

Rutvik gulavani

Nov 23, 2013

pls help me to do this as i have a project on this.... what is the 1.Method 2.Experiment...

Pls... this not based on any topic in my syllabus so pls help in it ...as a student

No such method. You will need some data like weight, quality of the sugarcane to calculate the volume.

Answer (2)

Sarath Babu t

Jan 11, 2014

Give reason

Because HCl (aq) is in a complet...

Answer (2)

Shehrebano

Feb 9, 2015

Equation for magnesium treated with very dilute nitric acid?

Very dilute nitric aicd reaxts with magnesium to give its nitrate and hydrogen gas.
Mg + 2HNO3 → Mg(NO3)2 + H2

Answer (2)

Sarath Babu t

Jan 11, 2014

Give reason

When hydrogen chloride gas is exposed to atmosphere it gives white fumes due to the formation of hydrochloric acid on reacting with atmospheric water vapour

Answer (3)

Ketan Krishna Mishra

Mar 22, 2015

Why does the formation of HCl take place in diffused sunlight?

Hydrogen chloride gas can also be formed by reaction of moist hydro...

Answer (1)

Kuldeep Yadav

Dec 21, 2014

Name the gas in each of the following :
i) A gas evolved when dil HCL is added to calcium carbonate.
ii) The gas evolved on reaction of aluminium with boiling concentrated caustic alkali solution.
iii) The gas produced when copper reacts with concentrated nitric acid.
iv) The gas produced on reaction of dilute sulphuric acid with iron sulphide.

i)CO2
ii)H2
iii)NO2
iv)Hydrogen sulphide gas.

Answer (2)

Hetavi

Aug 23, 2015

How do we differentiate between a sodium sulphate and sodium nitrate?

Ans:
Heating Test & Reaction with Potassium dichromate solution:
Sodium nitrate:

On heating sodium nitrate will produce reddish  brown coloured gas..
When t...

Answer (1)

Uttam mazumder

Aug 28, 2013

When a gas 'A' is mixed with gas 'B' dense white fumes are seen and there is no other product (gas 'B' turns moist red litmus paper blue)

i) What is the name of the gas 'A'

ii) What is the naame of the product of reaction between gas B and A

i) the name of the gas 'A' is hydrogen chloride (HCl)

ii) the name of the product of reaction between gas 'B' and gas 'A' is ammonium chloride (NH4Cl).

Answer (1)

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