Chemistry One-Liners for various competitive examinations

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Chemistry One-Liners for various competitive examinations

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 Here are some important Chemistry one-liners for students competing for various exams

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1-The reaction between methane and chlorine in diffused sunlight is a substitution.


2-The alloy of aluminium used for making magnet is alnico.


3-The chemical used as a fixer in photography is sodium thiosulphate.


4- Synthetic fibre Rayon is known as artificial silk.


5-The alcohol used in the preparation of dynamite is methyl alcohol.


6-The element used in lead pencils is carbon.


7-Epsom salt is chemically known as magnesium sulphate.


8-Oil of vitriol is Sulphuric acid.


9-The solute in a solution can be separated by evaporation.


10-Natural rubber is a polymer derived from isoprene.


11-The term PVC used in the plastic industry stands for polyvinyl chloride.


12-The acid present in lemon is citric acid.


13-Washing soda is sodium carbonate.


14-Atoms can neither be created nor destroyed. This principle was given by Dalton.


15- 2,4-D, which is sold as a weed killer of the broad-leaved weeds is a synthetic version of Auxin Hormone.


16-The gas used for artificial ripening of green fruit is ethylene.


17-The most extensive, commercially useful source of thorium as monazite sand occurs in India at Travancore coast.


18-. A true solution does not show Tyndall effect, because of the size of the particles.


19- Tyndall effect is produced by Scattering of light.


20-A solution which has more of solute, at a given temperature than that of a saturated solution is called a Supersaturated solution.


21-Fog is a solution of Liquid in gas.


22-Soda water is a solution of Gas in liquid.


23-The dispersed phase in a colloidal solution is Solute.


24-In aqueous solutions, the solvent used is water.


25-According to Henry’s Law, in gases, an increase in pressure increase Solubility. 


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