A. electrons
B. protons
C. neutron
D. both a and b
A. isomers
B. isotopes
C. none
D. spectators
A. Ca
B. Be
C. Mg
D. Sr
A. indium
B. gallium
C. none
D. aluminum
A. lithium
B. zinc
C. silver
D. both a and b
A. sparingly soluble
B. partially soluble
C. soluble
D. insoluble
A. calcium ion
B. carbonate ion
C. none
D. both a and b
A. higher charge density
B. lower charge density
C. none
D. both a and b
A. more exothermic
B. less exothermic
C. constant
D. stable
A. 1 faraday
B. 2 faraday
C. 3 faraday
D. 4 faraday
A. lipids
B. carbohydrates
C. oxygen
D. protein
A. Rome
B. Rhodes (Greece)
C. none
D. both a and b
A. OH -ion concentration
B. H+ ion concentration
C. none
D. both a and b
A. high
B. low
C. not possible
D. efficient
A. dipole forces
B. hydrogen bonding
C. all of them
D. van der vaal's forces
A. temperature
B. heat
C. pressure
D. polarized light
A. non-polar
B. polar
C. unstable
D. volatile
A. heat
B. light
C. water
D. air
A. weakest base
B. weakest acid
C. strongest base
D. strongest acid
A. acryl
B. aryl
C. ketone
D. carboxylic