Which gas cause the familiar odour of a just-struck matchstick?
Answer: Sulfur dioxide. Sulfur dioxide gas causes the familiar odour of a just-struck matchstick.
The chemical substance with the formula SO 2 is sulphur dioxide (IUPAC-recommended spelling) or sulphur dioxide (traditional Commonwealth English). It’s a poisonous gas that gives off the odour of burned matches.
Question 1) Complete the name of this famous speech by Martin Luther King Jr: “I have a ____.”
Question 2) Which Japanese company is behind the EOS range of Cameras?
Question 3) Which team bought Australia’s Chris Lynn for Rs 2 crores in the IPL 2020 auction?
Answer: Mumbai Indians
Question 4) Which Dravidian language has the most number of speakers?
Question 5) Which gas cause the familiar odour of a just-struck matchstick?
Answer: Sulfur dioxide