Bitterns is a/an

A. Unsaturated fat

B. Starting material for the production of iodine

C. By-product of chlor-alkali industry

D. None of these

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  2. Chemical name of Grignard reagent is
  3. __________ is used as a flux in the extraction of iron from iron ore (haematite) in blast furnace.
  4. Pick out the wrong statement.
  5. Hydrochloric acid is also known as
  6. Bleaching of paper pulp is done with
  7. Gun powder, which is an explosive comprises of charcoal, sulphur and
  8. Carbon disulphide is mainly used in the production of
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  10. Function of thinner in a paint is to
  11. Addition of calcium oxide to water produces
  12. Which of the following is used as a binding material in soap to improve soap texture?
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  14. Antibiotic
  15. More than 100 percent of __________ is present in oleum.
  16. Exothermic condensation reaction of monochlorobenzene with chloral in presence of 20% oleum as catalyst…
  17. Superior quality laboratory apparatus is made of the __________ glass having low thermal coefficient…
  18. Hydrazine is used in water treatment for the removal of
  19. High acid value of an oil or fat is an indication of
  20. Resistance to fusion of the refractory under a steady rising temperature condition is called
  21. Cumene is the starting material for the production of
  22. Type of glass used in optical work is the __________ glass.
  23. Flash point of most vegetable oils is about __________ °C.
  24. Carbon content of pitch (residue of coal tar distillation) is around __________ percent.
  25. Solvay process as compared to dual process(i.e. modified Solvay process).
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  27. Boiling of water containing temporary hardness produces
  28. Exothermic neutralisation reaction between caustic soda and dodecylbenzene sulfonic acid produces sodium…
  29. Hydrogenation of edible vegetable oils
  30. CaO is called