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THE S-BLOCK ELEMENTS

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1.Sodium carbonate is manufactured by _____process
6.Element having maximum hydration enthalpy.
7.Suspension of magnesium in water is called.
10.LiF is less soluble in water due to its high ----------- -------------.
11.Alkali metals are kept in
12.Calcium hydroxide is also called.
14.Acids in which the acidic proton is on a hydroxyl group with an oxo group attached to the same atom are.
18.Whoes salts are used in treatment of cancer.
19.Radioactive specie in 1st grpup is
20.In vapour phase beryllium chloride form------- type structure.
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1.Which compound is used in purification of bauxite.
2.Which element shows anomalous behaviour in 1st group.
3.alkali metals form --------- colour in liquid ammonia.
4.Li resemble Mg due to
5.NaOH is manufactured by ---------- ------------- process.
8.The distortion of electron cloud of the anion by the cation is called
9.Suspension of slaked lime in water is known as.
13.Oxides of BeO is --------- in nature.
15.Lithium halides are -------- in nature.
16.Quick lime slaked with soda gives -------.
17.Medical use of milk of magnesia.

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