What is the colourless gas having suffocating smell dissolves in lime water?
The answer is Carbon Dioxide (CO2).
I assume this is what you mean - Carbon Dioxide is the waste product of respiration that can suffocate some animals, including humans. It is used by plants in photosynthesis, and these plants produce Oxygen (O2). It reacts with lime water and turns it a sort of milky colour.
The equation for this reaction is
Carbon Dioxide (CO2) + Calcium Hydroxide (Ca(OH)2) ---> Calcium Carbonate (CaCO3) + Water (H2O)
Oxygen is colourless, support burning but don't smell.
No nictotine is colourless and odourless
It is a colourless deliquescent powder. It has no characteristic smell.
Sulfur; blue flame burns Stable yellow rhombic form Suffocating smell
it is a colourless ordourless gas, you can't haer or smell it.
Some colorless liquids are water, ethanal, hydrogen peroxide, etc. pure water it has no smell or color.
Ethanol, like other alcohols, is a colourless liquid with a sweet distinctive smell. As a good solvent, it is effective for use in perfumes, etcetera, as it effectively dissolves the ingredients and blends them well. Moreover, it is volatile -- due to its tendency to evaporate quickly, it adds an effect on the perfume which helps spread its smell (or diffuse) at a faster rate. Like most alcohols, ethanol also has a cooling effect on… Read More
Natural gas is colorless and odorless. The reason natural gas smells is because a smell is added to it before it is delivered to the consumer. The reason for the added smell is to draw awareness to a gas leak.
You cannot see, smell or taste helium. But when in a balloon, helium makes it float in air. It is a colourless gas Invisible.
having a thyroid goiter mess with your sence of smell
Smell it cautiously. If no smell, then have a really good smell. Then do Gas Chromatography and Flame Emmision spectroscopy. Those techniques will confirm water. Very pure water will also have very low conductivity - so that would also be a good test.
Extra neutral alcohol is colourless and has a neutral smell and taste.It is generally distilled from sugarcane molasses.It is used as a base for manufacturing Indian made foreign liquor.It has a strength of 75 proof when bottled.
Scentless or odorless (spelled in the British spelling of odourless) are 9-letter words for having no smell.
very few gases actually smell of anything, i believe that only the halogens (group (1)7) smell of anything, and they are the only pure elements that have a gaseous colour. To answer your question, noone actually knows why oxygen(or any other gas like it) is odourless and colourless. its one of lifes mysteries
It means having a good sense. For example, having a keen sense of smell, means having a very good sense of smell, better than average.
Borazine is a colourless liquid, with low density, strong smell; it is decomposed in water. A method of preparation is: 3 B2H6 + 6 NH3 = 2 B3H6N3 + 12 H2
limonene is a colourless liquid at room temperature with extremely strong smell of orange. it can be found in citrus fruit plant. it takes it name from the lemon, as the rind of the lemon, like other citrus fruits, contains considerable amount of this chemical compound, which is responsible for much of their smell.
Probably you, your having sex its going to smell a little.
Phosgene is the chemical compound with the formula COCl2 It is a colourless gas with a smell that is said to be like new mown hay. It was used in world war one (1914-1918) as a poison gas
Steamy Fumes (HI) Dark Solid (I2) Purple Gas (I2) Colourless Gas (SO2) Yellow Solid (S) Bad Egg Smell (H2S)
Hexane is colourless and clear. It's also really syrup-like in consistency with a really harsh smell. I've had loads of bad-smelling experiences in A-Level Chemistry with hexane and cyclohexane!
Having Asthma doesn't affect your sense of smell and taste
fish smell; but having visitors for to long can get tiring also entertaining
1.)Get a salt. smell it. then try to burn it. Put a pinch of salt in a water. 2.)Now get a naphthalene. smell it. then burn it. Get another naphthalene and put it in a water. Salt(inorganic, polar) has no odor. it doesn't also burn but it dissolves in water. Naphthalene is aromatic (most organic compounds has odor), can catch fire (because of carbon and hydrogen backbone) and doesn't dissolves in water because it is… Read More
Pure natural gas is colourless and odourless. This means if there is a leak people will not be able to detect it until it builds up enough to become explosive. For this reason a chemical called Mercaptan is added to the gas to make is smell. Mercaptan is harmless, non-toxic and has a strong "rotten egg" smell.
Food having a dank odor would most likely smell moldy or old.
Sulfur is commonly described as having the smell of bad eggs. It is not the best smelling element.
Yup it is having an-irritating odour.
Yes, the word smelly is an adjective. It is based on the noun smell (odor) and has a connotation of having a bad or offensive smell.
"Anosmia" is the technical term for not having a sense of smell. It can be caused by many things, including some illnesses or inhaling something that deadens the sense of smell. Anosmia can be temporary.
The most common cause of having an ammonia smell in your nose is your diet. People who have a high protein and low carbohydrate diet can smell ammonia and their sweat can actually smell like ammonia too.
you are not having a bathevery day are you if it gets worse go towww.nhs.co.uk thanks bye
may be they have a wound.
The main properties of water: density, freezing point, boiling point, specific heat, polar covalent bonds, no smell, colourless, associated molecules by hydrogen bonds, surface tension, ability as solvent, etc.
Stratosphere is the layer of atmosphere which contains the gas noted for having sharp clean smell. The name of the gas is ozone and is present as ozone layer in the atmosphere.
Type your answer here... If milk burn and the milk is having burning smell just bil one red dry chilly with the affected milk. The smell will go.
Dogs are known to be able to smell better than humans. This is because of their longer noses having more smell receptors.
Depending on how long its been since your surgery, the smell could be from many things. If theres a smell and taste, it could be dissolving stitches.There is possible infection if there is smell and pain. Or it could simply be from the fact that the blood clot is causing smell.
It depends on what you mean by smell. If there is a pleasant aroma, then that might signify you having bathed correctly, congrats! If the smell is a bitter one, then it could be a bacterial infection on the feet or fungi. I would consult a doctor to see if that's a problem. If it doesn't smell bad, then lay back, relax and smell the pleasant smell of soap.
No but there is one that prevents you from having gas.
What you smell is the nitrogen gas that has been absorbed in the sieve beds. Having the sieve beds repoured will take care of the problem.
In high concentrations or long distances (such as our atmosphere) may be slightly perceived as bluish. Ozone is has a very strong odor, detectable by humans in concentrations as low as 0.001 ppm. However humans also can acclimate to the smell of ozone quickly, even levels that are considered dangerous for long term exposure for workplace safety, and we can not notice the smell unless we can get away from it for a while.
Yes, and no. A man puts a deposit in your vagina after having sex, so it is going to have some sort of smell. If you think the smell is very bad or clumpy, you might want to think about seeing a gyno.
Luscious means having a dellicious taste or smell, or appealing to the senses.
I dont know about that but it makes them smell worse
Several reasons, the first being that if air had an odour, other smells, including those that alert us to danger, would be harder to detect. Also, our sense of taste would be impaired as a valuable part of that taste is smell. this could prove dangerous if we were to eat something that we otherwise would not due to taste, and it proved toxic. As for it being colourless, if air had a colour, it… Read More
I am having the same problem with my Ford Explorer 2011. When I accelerate to 60-65 I start smelling the smell. I have had my car in and out of service for the past year about this smell and they finally told me it is the carburator.