What Gas Turns Limewater Milky?


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.
Q&A Related to "What Gas Turns Limewater Milky"
carbon dioxide.
Well, the clue is the acid permanganate, which is an oxidising agent. The product with CaCO3 must be CO2 (Z) from reaction with an acid. Alchohols oxidise to acids. C2H5OH is mass
Carbon dioxide is produced.
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