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Posted: 17 November 2005 at 10:38am | IP Logged Quote System

When sodium carbonate was added to X, a gas was liberated. This gas was found to turn limewater milky. What could X be?
    A.   solution of ammonia in water
    B.   solution of hydrogen chloride in methylbenzene
    C.   solution of sulphur dioxide in trichloromethane
    D.   solution of hydrogen bromide in water
 QUIZ QUESTION #1530 created by Phyguy on 14 November 2005 at 4:07pm

Correct answer: D    Correct clicks: 56.67%  Wrong clicks: 43.33%
    A.   [14 clicks 15.56%] 
    B.   [12 clicks 13.33%] 
    C.   [13 clicks 14.44%] 
    D.   [51 clicks 56.67%] 
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