Important Compounds & Discoverers
Morphine . Friderich Sertumer (Germany, 1805)
Dichloro Diphenyl Trichloro Ethane (DDT) Paul Muller (Germany, 1939)
based compounds, hydrocarbons, and their derivatives
Ozone . Christian Friedrich Schonbein (1840)
Carbon Monoxide (first prepared) . JMF de Lassone (France, 1778)
Carbon monoxide (first identified the composition)
diamond, gr aphite an damorphous carbon.
specimens is formaldehyde.
Common name . Chemical name
Chiefly biogas contains meth-
while LPG (Liquefied pe-
troleum gas) contains butane.
Soaps are produced by the sa-
of fats with alkali
Application of some common
ars is fructose
Aldehydes and ketones
Non-stick kitchenware arecoated with teflon and potas-
Alkaline solution of coppersulphate and sodium citrate is
Acetylene or Ethyne is the sim-plest member of alkyne family.
Turpentine is an essential oilwhich is an important solvent
parent element in the periodic table”.
Properties of Beta rays:
Properties of gamma rays:
), beta (
) an d
Properties of alpha rays:
Radio carbon dating:
The main cause of radioactive
disintegration is the instability of
Group Displacement law:
“The emission of an
the emission of a
discovered by Irene Curie &
MacArthur Forrest process (Cyanide process) . Ag
Carter process . basic lead carbonate (White lead)
: The modern and most
effecive method to separate different components
The conversion of substance di-
rectly from solid to vapour state.Camphor, Iodine etc. undergoes sublimation.
The process of loss of electrons in
The deposition of the metal
of milk is the process by
which milk is exposed to a high temperature from
62.80C - 65.50C for 30 minutes to destroy certain
micro - organisms and to prevent or arrest fer-
The method used to obtain alcohol from molas-
ses is called fermentation.
Bessemer Process :
Removal of impurities from
molten metal by blowing air through the molten
Gun powder Nitre Potassium nitrate (KNO )
charge in a Bessemer converter. Used to remove
carbon and phosphorus from steel; sulphur and
Bosch Process :
Production of hydrogen by the
catalytic reduction of steam with carbon monox-
Haber Process :
The process in which Ammonia
is prepared by combining nitrogen and hydro-
Preparation of sulphuric acid.
Alumino thermic process :
Preparation of chro-
Cyanide process :
Used for the extraction of
Salts & Colours
used to indicate the degreeof hardness of minerals.
means the ad-dition of a small quantity of
assimilate atmospheric nitro-gen directly.
The animals get their nitro-gen supply in the form ofproteins from plants whichin turn get their nitrogensupply from the soil in theform of nitrates.
Ammonia (NH3) is a com-pound of nitrogen. It can bemanufactured by combiningnitrogen and hydrogen at lowtemperature under high pres-sure.
Air pollution caused by au-tomobiles can be reduced byusing lead free petrol anddesign alternations in auto-mobiles.
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ALL CHANGE AT THE BWPDA AGM From left to right, Howard Marsh, Immediate Past President of the BWPDA, Dr Chris Coggins, outgoing Director and BWPDA President, and Les Meikle, Deputy President This year’s BWPDA AGM heralded a new era for the Association as members voted to accept the proposed changes to the Articles of Association, thus formally dividing the BWPDA into two new trad