Chemistry (Civil Service Examination), Questions and Answers, GK for UPSC, Bank PO & All Exams

1. The water pollution in river is measured by the dissolved amount of [1998]

2. Assertion (A): Coal-based thermal power stations contribute to acid-rain.
Reason (R):. Oxides of carbon are emitted when coal burns. [2003]

3. Assertion (A): The main constituent of the liquified petroleum gas is methane.
Reason (R): Methane can be used directly for burning in homes and factories where it can be supplied through pipelines. [2005]

4. Which one of the following does not contain, Silver? [2007]

5. The characteristic odour of garlic is due to [1997]

6. Which of the following substances are found in the beach sands of many parts of Kerala? [2006]
1. Ilmenite
2. Zirecon
3. Sillimanite
4. TungstenSelect the correct answer using the codes given below:

7. Consider the following statements: [2005]
1. Liquified natural gas (LNG) is liquified under extremely cold temperatures and high pressure to facilitate storage or transportation in specially designed vessels.
2. First LNG terminal in India was built in Hassan.
3. Natural gas liquids (NGL) are separated from LPG and these include ethane, propane, butane and natural gasoline.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

8. Match List-I (Fuel gases) with List-II (Major constituents) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists: [2004]
List-I - List-II
A. CNG - 1. Carbon monoxide, Hydrogen
B. Coal gas - 2. Butane, Propane
C. IPG - 3. Methane, Ethane
D. Water gas - 4. Hydrogen, Methane, Carbon monoxide

9. Which one of the following has the highest fuel value? [1997]

10. Which one of the following fuels causes minimum environmental pollution? [1995]

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    This pattern occurs when two black days appear with equal closes in a downtrend. Matching Low indicates a bottom has been made even though the new low was tested and there was no follow through which is indicative of a good support price.

    Recognition Criteria

    1. The market is characterized by a prevailing downtrend.
    2. A black body is observed on the first day.
    3. The second day follows with another black candlestick whose closing price is exactly equal to the closing price of the first day.

    Pattern Requirements and Flexibility

    The Bullish Matching Low consists of two black candlesticks. The length of the first candlestick should be normal or long. Both candlesticks should close at the same level.

    Trader's Behavior

    The market has been lower as evidenced by another strong black day. The next day open higher and trade still higher and then it closes at the same price. This is indicative of short term support and will cause much concern with the bears. What reflects the psychology of the market is not necessarily the daily trading action but with the fact that both days close at the same level.

    Buy/Stop Loss Levels

    The confirmation level is defined as the midpoint of the first black body. Prices should cross above this level for confirmation.

    The stop loss level is defined as the lower of the last two lows. Following the BUY if prices go down instead of going up and close or make two consecutive daily lows below the stop loss level while no bearish pattern is detected then the stop loss is triggered.

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