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Phosphorus vapour comprises of
A : P
B : P 2
C : P 3
D : P 4
Conversion of yellow phosphorous to red phosphorous is done by heating it in covered retorts at __________ °C in absence of air.
A : 50-80
B : 250-400
C : 1000-1200
D : 800-900
Commercial fertilisers are available mostly in the form of
A : powder
B : grannules
C : lumps
D : flakes
Pick out the wrong statement.
A : All the nitrogenous fertilisers are not soluble in water.
B : A straight fertiliser contains only one nutrient.
C : Calcium cynamide is used as weed killer in onion fields.
D : The phosphorous nutrient makes the plant stem stronger and increases its branches.
Ammonia synthesis gas is produced from natural gas by
A : thermal cracking
B : steam reforming
C : partial oxidation
D : hydrogenation
Catalyst used in the manufacture of NH 3 by Haber's process is finely divided
A : nickel
B : iron
C : vanadium pentoxide
D : alumina
Red phosphorous is changed into white phosphorous by
A : heating in presence of light.
B : melting under pressure.
C : vaporisation followed by condensation.
D : none of these.
Urea is represented as
A : NH 2 .CO.NH 2
B : NH 3 CO.CH 3
C : NH.CO 2 .NH
D : NH 3 .CO 2 .NH 3
Two gas based fertiliser plants are located in
A : Maharashtra and Gujarat
B : Maharashtra and Orissa
C : Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh
D : Jharkhand and Chattisgarh
Fertiliser plants get their N 2 requirements
A : by fractionation of liquified air.
B : by dissociating oxides of nitrogen.
C : from coal gas (coke oven gas).
D : from producer gas.
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