A. phenolphthalein indicator
B. screened methyl orange indicators
C. universal indicator
D. litmus indicator
A. water insoluble base
B. water soluble base
C. oil insoluble base
D. oil soluble base
A. increases the boiling point
B. lowers the boiling point
C. increases the melting point
D. lowers the melting point
A. the states of reactants and products are mentioned as transcripts
B. symbolically represents all ions in the
C. all of these
D. aqueous elements are shown as the ions it produces in solution
A. accepts electrons
B. gives oxygen
C. None of Above
D. Both A and B
A. malic acid
B. citric acid
C. acetic acid
D. tartaric acid
A. 64 times faster
B. 16 times faster
C. 148 times faster
D. 128 times faster
A. metal hydroxides
B. metal oxides
C. None of Above
D. Both A and B
A. acids
B. water
C. hydroxonium ions
D. non-metal oxides
A. it is decomposable in nature
B. it is found in most organic compounds
C. Carbon is the most common element
D. the mass of 12 units has been measured very accurately
A. concentration
B. pressure
C. inhibitors
D. catalysts
A. a half proton
B. isotopes
C. a half electron
D. a half neutron
A. chlorine
B. ammonia
C. hydrogen
D. hydrogen chloride
A. alkaline
B. acidic
C. basic
D. neutral
A. SO<sub>2</sub>
B. CO<sub>2</sub>
C. PbO
D. P<sub>2</sub>O<sub>5</sub>
A. sublimate
B. crystals
C. insoluble
D. residue
A. salt and hydrogen gas
B. salt and water
C. None of Above
D. Both A and B
A. can be allowed to form crystals
B. can be allowed to rest
C. None of Above
D. can be decanted off