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When iron rusts its weight
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Sodium bicarbonate is useful as a fire extinguisher because
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Dry ice at room temperature gives
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Entropy change of a system depends on
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Total entropy change for a reversible isothermal cycle is
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Which of the following contains Carbon
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Ozone is important to mankind, because
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Radio carbon dating is used to find the age of
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The green color of the gas is due to
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Artificial rain is produced by seeding clouds with
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Which of the following is a mixture?
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A mixture of naphthalene and sand is seperated by
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The kinetic energy of gas molecules
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The number of neutrons in the nucleus of an atom of mass A and atomic number Z is given by
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Which of the following compounds is formed by sharing of electrons?
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According to the modern periodic law, the properties of elements are periodic functions of their
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The non-metal which has a shining appearance is
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Which is the ‘odd man’ in the following?
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The symbol of antimony is
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The formula for aluminium sulphide is
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Variable valency is exhibited by
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Which of the following is called ‘the King of chemicals’?
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Who discovered isotopes?
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The symbol of ‘W’ stands for
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Brimstone stands for