An antipyretic is a drug used

A. in the treatment of malaria

B. to relieve sleepiness

C. to induce sleep

D. to lower body temperature

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  1. Tincture iodine is a solution of
  2. Which or the following gases is soluble in water and Is collected by the downward displacement or air?
  3. The poisonous nature of carbon monoxide is due to
  4. The raw materials used in the manufacture of cement are
  5. Which of the following is called 'the King of Chemicals?
  6. The process of heating steel to bright red heat and cooling suddenly by plunging it into water is known…
  7. Gasoline is obtained from crude petroleum by
  8. The iron salt used in blue prints is
  9. The scientist who synthesised the first organic compound (urea) in the laboratory was
  10. The vitamin that is found in citrus fruits such as lemon and orange is
  11. The discoverer of chloroform was
  12. Diamonds are weighed in
  13. The gas used in balloons in the place of hydrogen is
  14. The atomic number of an element represents
  15. The purest form of carbon is
  16. The flux added in the blast furnace is
  17. A burning substance which continues to burn in a jar of carbon dioxide is
  18. Which among the following is a metalloid?
  19. Bordeaux mixture contains
  20. Heavy water was discovered by
  21. Suspended impurities in water are effectively removed by
  22. The number of neutrons in the nucleus of an atom of mass A and atomic number Z is given by
  23. A metal which exhibits allotropy is
  24. Brine is a solution of
  25. Which of the following cannot be used as fuel?
  26. Oxalic acid is used in the manufacture of
  27. Clark's method for removal of temporary hardness in water uses
  28. Boiler scales' contain
  29. Rusting is a special case of corrosion applied to
  30. Which of the following is not a characteristic of potable water?