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Identify the Following Substances: (I) an Alkaline Gas a Which Gives Dense White Fumes with Hydrogen Chloride. (Ii) a Dilute Acid B Which Does Not Normally Give Hydrogen When Reacted - Chemistry

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Identify the following substances:

(i) An alkaline gas A which gives dense white fumes with hydrogen chloride.

(ii) A dilute acid B which does not normally give hydrogen when reacted with metals but does give a gas when it reacts with copper.

(iii) Gas C has an offensive smell like rotten eggs

(iv) Gas D is a colourless gas which can be used as a bleaching agent

(v) Liquid E can be dehydrated to produce ethene

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Solution

     (i) Gas A is ammonia gas.

     (ii) Acid B is nitric acid.

     (iii) Gas C is hydrogen sulphide.

     (iv) Gas D is sulphur dioxide.

     (v) Liquid E is ethanol.

Concept: Salts
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Selina Concise Chemistry Class 10 ICSE
Chapter 13 Practical Work
Exercise 13 | Q 14.2 | Page 230

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