What Gas Turns Limewater Milky?

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A gas that turns lime water milky is carbon dioxide. When carbon dioxide is passed through lime water, it forms a suspension of calcium hydroxide particles, which gives lime water a white colour. This alkaline solution formed has a 12.3 pH.
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CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) Carbon dioxide in the gas you put the limewter near reacts with calcium hydroxde to form white particle solids of calcium carbonate which is sparing soluble.
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Lime water contains calcium oxide. That reacts with carbon dioxide to form calcium carbonate. Calcium carbonate has several forms, including marble, lime, and chalk. If you add a
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Well the white stuff is chalk, calcium carbonate CaCO3. Ca(OH)2 + CO2 = CaCO3 + H2O. That just about does it. Source(s) Chemist.
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Nothing "happens" to the atoms. What happens is that the atoms/molecules behave differently at different temperatures. In a solid, the temperature of the atoms is low enough
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