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CHAP PAGE I Fuels Combustion Flame
Water in the Household
Salt and its Derivatives
Cleansing and Bleaching
Starch its Nature and chief Derivatives
acetic acid action alcohol alkali allow ammonia apparatus bacteria beaker bicarbonate bleaching blue boiling Bunsen burner Bunsen flame burning c.c. of water calcium calcium carbonate candle cane sugar carbon dioxide caustic soda cent Chapter chemical chimney clean coal coal-gas colour combustion containing cool copper described dextrin dilute disinfection dissolved distilled water drops effect Exercise for Student Experiment Fehling's solution fermentation flask gauze glass tube glucose heat hydrochloric acid hydrogen chloride hydrogen oxide lamp lighted taper lime-water liquid maltose material matter metal method microscope milk minutes mixture nitrogen obtained ordinary oxygen particles piece porcelain dish potassium powder presence produced proteins reaction readily remove result salt sample shake shown in Fig similar small quantity soap sodium carbonate soluble solution starch starch paste steam stove substances suitable sulphate sulphuric acid supply temperature test-tube usually vapour ventilation vessel washing-soda weight