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Ii) Coal gas - Coal gas is a mixture of hydrogen, methane, carbon monoxide and other gases. It is used for domestic purposes. It is also used for lighting. iii) Coal tar - It contains many carbon compounds on fractional distillation it yields many important compounds like benzene, toluene, phenol etc. These compounds are extensively used in explosives, synthetic fibres, dyes and paints etc. However, today these compounds are mainly obtained from petroleum. iv) Ammonium compounds - These are produced during the destructive distillation of coal.
The colour of brass (an alloy of Cu and Zn) is yellow while copper is red and zinc is silver white. g. g. steel is an alloy of iron and carbon. ii) Non-ferrous alloys - Alloys in which iron is not the main constituent are called non-ferrous alloys Preparation of Alloys There are following methods of alloy making a) Compression b) Fusion c) Reduction d) Electro-deposition a) Compression - In this method two or more than two metals are powdered and mixed together. P. g. solder is prepared by this method.
74. 79. 84. c a d b a c b d d c d d c d c d d 5. 10. 15. 20. 25. 30. 35. 40. 45. 50. 55. 60. 65. 70. 75. 80. 85. d c c b b c a d b b b a d a c c c /45/ Chapter 2 FUELS INTRODUCTION Anything that burns gives off heat. Wood, coal, paper and LPG are combustible substances which produce heat on burning. However, all combustible substances cannot be called fuels. Hence a fuel is a combustible substance that can be used to produce heat at a reasonable cost. Fuels contain potential energy that is locked within the chemical bonds of their constituent molecules, when they are burnt, a large part of this energy is released as heat.