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Lightbulb Chemical Names of Common Substances

Common Name Chemical Name
acetone dimethyl ketone; 2-propanone (usually known as acetone)
acid potassium
sulfate potassium bisulfate
acid of sugar oxalic acid
ackey nitric acid
alcali volatil ammonium hydroxide
alcohol, grain ethyl alcohol
alcohol sulfuris carbon disulfide
alcohol, wood methyl alcohol
alum aluminum potassium sulfate
alumina aluminum oxide
antichlor sodium thiosulfate
antimony black antimony trisulfide
antimony bloom antimony trioxide
antimony glance antimony trisulfide
antimony red
(vermillion) antimony oxysulfide
aqua ammonia aqueous solution of ammonium hydroxide
aqua fortis nitric acid
aqua regia nitrohydrochloric acid
aromatic spirit
of ammonia ammonia in alcohol
arsenic glass arsenic trioxide
azurite mineral form of basic copper carbonate
asbestos magnesium silicate
aspirin acetylsalicylic acid
baking soda sodium bicarbonate
banana oil
(artificial) isoamyl acetate
barium white barium sulfate
benzol benzene
bicarbonate
of soda sodium hydrogen carbonate or sodium bicarbonate
bichloride of
mercury mercuric chloride
bichrome potassium dichromate
bitter salt magnesium sulfate
black ash crude form of sodium carbonate
black copper
oxide cupric oxide
black lead graphite (carbon)
blanc-fixe barium sulfate
bleaching powder chlorinated lime; calcium hypochlorite
blue copperas copper sulfate (crystals)
blue lead lead sulfate
blue salts nickel sulfate
blue stone copper sulfate (crystals)
blue vitriol copper sulfate
bluestone copper sulfate
bone ash crude calcium phosphate
bone black crude animal charcoal
boracic acid boric acid
borax sodium borate; sodium tetraborate
bremen blue basic copper carbonate
brimstone sulfur
burnt alum anhydrous potassium aluminum sulfate
burnt lime calcium oxide
burnt ochre ferric oxide
burnt ore ferric oxide
brine aqueous sodium chloride solution
butter
of antimony antimony trichloride
butter of tin anhydrous stannic chloride
butter of zinc zinc chloride
calomel mercury chloride; mercurous chloride
carbolic acid phenol
carbonic acid gas carbon dioxide
caustic lime calcium hydroxide
caustic potash potassium hydroxide
caustic soda sodium hydroxide
chalk calcium carbonate
Chile saltpeter sodium nitrate
Chile nitre sodium nitrate
Chinese red basic lead chromate
Chinese white zinc oxide
chloride of soda sodium hypochlorite
chloride of lime calcium hypochlorite
chrome alum chromic potassium sulfate
chrome green chromium oxide
chrome yellow lead (VI) chromate
chromic acid chromium trioxide
copperas ferrous sulfate
corrosive
sublimate mercury (II) chloride
corundum
(ruby, sapphire) chiefly aluminum oxide
cream of tartar potassium bitartrate
crocus powder ferric oxide
crystal carbonate sodium carbonate
dechlor sodium thiophosphate
diamond carbon crystal
emery powder impure aluminum oxide
epsom salts magnesium sulfate
ethanol ethyl alcohol
farina starch
ferro prussiate potassium ferricyanide
ferrum iron
flores martis anhydride iron (III) chloride
fluorspar natural calcium fluoride
fixed white barium sulfate
flowers of sulfur sulfur
'flowers of' a metal oxide of the metal
formalin aqueous formaldehyde solution
French chalk natural magnesium silicate
French vergidris basic copper acetate
galena natural lead sulfide
Glauber's salt sodium sulfate
green verditer basic copper carbonate
green vitriol ferrous sulfate crystals
gypsum natural calcium sulfate
hard oil boiled linseed oil
heavy spar barium sulfate
hydrocyanic acid hydrogen cynanide
hypo (photography) sodium thiosulfate solution
Indian red ferric oxide

jeweler's rouge ferric oxide
killed spirits zinc chloride
lampblack crude form of carbon; charcoal
laughing gas nitrous oxide
lead peroxide lead dioxide
lead protoxide lead oxide
lime calcium oxide
lime, slaked calcium hydroxide
limewater aqueous solution of calcium hydroxide
liquor ammonia ammonium hydroxide solution
litharge lead monoxide
lunar caustic silver nitrate
liver of sulfur sufurated potash
lye or soda lye sodium hydroxide
magnesia magnesium oxide
manganese black manganese dioxide
marble mainly calcium carbonate
mercury oxide, black mercurous oxide
methanol methyl alcohol
methylated spirits methyl alcohol
milk of lime calcium hydroxide
milk of magnesium magnesium hydroxide
milk of sulfur precipitated sulfur
"muriate" of a metal chloride of the metal
muriatic acid hydrochloric acid
natron sodium carbonate
nitre potassium nitrate
nordhausen acid fuming sulfuric acid
oil of mars deliquescent anhydrous iron (III) chloride
oil of vitriol sulfuric acid
oil of wintergreen (artificial) methyl salicylate
orthophosphoric acid phosphoric acid
Paris blue ferric ferrocyanide
Paris green copper acetoarsenite
Paris white powdered calcium carbonate
pear oil (artificial) isoamyl acetate
pearl ash potassium carbonate
permanent white barium sulfate
plaster of Paris calcium sulfate
plumbago graphite
potash potassium carbonate
potassa potassium hydroxide
precipitated chalk calcium carbonate
Prussic acid hydrogen cyanide
pyro tetrasodium pyrophosphate
quicklime calcium oxide
quicksilver mercury
red lead lead tetraoxide
red liquor aluminum acetate solution
red prussiate of potash potassium ferrocyanide
red prussiate of soda sodium ferrocyanide
Rochelle salt potassium sodium tartrate
rock salt sodium chloride
rouge, jeweler's ferric oxide
rubbing alcohol isopropyl alcohol
sal ammoniac ammonium chloride
sal soda sodium carbonate
salt, table sodium chloride
salt of lemon potassium binoxalate
salt of tartar potassium carbonate
saltpeter potassium nitrate
silica silicon dioxide
slaked lime calcium hydroxide
soda ash sodium carbonate
soda nitre sodium nitrate
soda lye sodium hydroxide
soluble glass sodium silicate
sour water dilute sulfuric acid
spirit of hartshorn ammonium hydroxide solution
spirit of salt hydrochloric acid
spirit of wine ethyl alcohol
spirits of nitrous ether ethyl nitrate
sugar, table sucrose
sugar of lead lead acetate
sulfuric ether ethyl ether
talc or talcum magnesium silicate
tin crystals stannous chloride
trona natural sodium carbonate
unslaked lime calcium oxide
Venetian red ferric oxide
verdigris basic copper acetate
Vienna lime calcium carbonate
vinegar impure dilute acetic acid
vitamin C ascorbic acid
vitriol sulfuric acid
washing soda sodium carbonate
water glass sodium silicate
white caustic sodium hydroxide
white lead basic lead carbonate
white vitriol zinc sulfate crystals
yellow prussiate of potash potassium ferrocyanide
yellow prussiate of soda sodium ferrocyanide
zinc vitriol zinc sulfate
zinc white zinc oxide


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Ur effort z really gud indeed but y havnt separate common substances wd their chemicals by semi colon dear so one can easily read out.
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glycogen= reserved food for plants
galena=(kidney shaped crystal)lead sulphide
kerosine oil= oil for lamps(generally we say it Gaaslait)
epsom=julab(MgSO4)
gypsum=plaster of paris
alum=phittkari
ethylene glycol= natural antifreeze in the bodies of animals who live in cold areas
chalk,limestone,marble,pearl=CaCO3(calcium carbonate)
acetylcoline=neurotransmitter(B/w neurons)
quartz/silica=white sand(used in electric toaster/iron)
table,rock,common salt=NaCl(sodium chloride)
kaajal(for eyes)= graphite particles
cellulose=most abundant compound in the world, human cant digest it
chloroform=trichloromethane
ammonia=NH3
benzene=C6H6
asbestos=brake material
suhaga=borax
caustic soda/lyme/washing soda= sodium hydroxide (used in soap making)
quick lime=CaO
litharage=lead oxide
black powder= oldest explosive
hypo=sodium thiosulphate
vitriol=sulphuric acid
sucrose=cane sugar
napthalene= used as moth balls
acetone= nail polish or paint remover
i think it incomplete, later i shall share other special compounds and elements.
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Bravo! Guys, I noticed all the available books and notes focus more on bio portion.But looking at the recent trend we need to shift. The books lack material about chemistry but we really need to focus on that as more than 8 mcqs are from chemistry. Lets do something friends, so that we block all or major loopholes!
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sulfate potassium bisulfate
acid of sugar oxalic acid
ackey nitric acid
alcohol ,grain ethyl alcohol
alcohol sulfuris carbon disulfide
alcohol, wood methyl alcohol
alum aluminum potassium sulfate
alumina aluminum oxide
antichlor sodium thiosulfate
(vermillion) antimony oxysulfide
aqua ammonia aqueous solution of ammonium hydroxide
aqua fortis nitric acid
aqua regia nitrohydrochloric acid
aromatic spirit of ammonia ammonia in alcohol
arsenic glass arsenic trioxide
azurite mineral form of basic copper carbonate
asbestos magnesium silicate
aspirin acetylsalicylic acid (found by hoffman, german scientist)
baking soda sodium bicarbonate
banana oil (artificial) isoamyl acetate
bitter salt magnesium sulfate
black ash crude form of sodium carbonate
blanc-fixe barium sulfate
bleaching powder chlorinated lime; calcium hypochlorite
blue salts nickel sulfate
blue stone copper sulfate (crystals)
blue vitriol copper sulfate
bluestone copper sulfate
bone ash crude calcium phosphate
bone black crude animal charcoal
bremen blue basic copper carbonate
burnt lime calcium oxide
burnt ochre ferric oxide
burnt ore ferric oxide
caustic soda sodium hydroxide
chalk calcium carbonate
Chile saltpeter sodium nitrate
Chile nitre sodium nitrate
corundum (ruby, sapphire) chiefly aluminum oxide
crocus powder ferric oxide
dechlor sodium thiophosphate
diamond carbon crystal
emery powder impure aluminum oxide
epsom salts magnesium sulfate
ethanol ethyl alcohol
farina starch
flowers of sulfur sulphur 'flowers of' a metal oxide of the metal
formalin aqueous formaldehyde solution
French chalk natural magnesium silicate
French vergidris basic copper acetate
galena natural lead sulfide
Glauber's salt sodium sulfate
green verditer basic copper carbonate
green vitriol ferrous sulfate crystals
gypsum natural calcium sulfate
hard oil boiled linseed oil
heavy spar barium sulfate
hydrocyanic acid hydrogen cynanide
hypo (photography) sodium thiosulfate solution
Indian red ferric oxide jeweler's rouge ferric oxide
killed spirits zinc chloride
lampblack crude form of carbon; charcoal
limewater aqueous solution of calcium hydroxide
liquor ammonia ammonium hydroxide solution
litharge lead monoxide
lunar caustic silver nitrate
liver of sulfur sufurated potash
lye or soda lye sodium hydroxide
magnesia magnesium oxide
manganese black manganese dioxide
marble mainly calcium carbonate
methanol methyl alcohol
methylated spirits methyl alcohol
milk of lime calcium hydroxide
milk of magnesium magnesium hydroxide
milk of sulfur precipitated sulfur
"muriate" of a metal chloride of the metal
muriatic acid hydrochloric acid
natron sodium carbonate
nordhausen acid fuming sulfuric acid
oil of mars deliquescent anhydrous iron (III) chloride
oil of vitriol sulfuric acid
oil of wintergreen (artificial) methyl salicylate
orthophosphoric acid phosphoric acid
Paris blue ferric ferrocyanide
Paris green copper acetoarsenite
Paris white powdered calcium carbonate
pear oil (artificial) isoamyl acetate
pearl ash potassium carbonate
permanent white barium sulfate
plaster of Paris calcium sulfate
plumbago graphite
potash potassium carbonate
precipitated chalk calcium carbonate
Prussic acid hydrogen cyanide
pyro tetrasodium pyrophosphate
quicklime calcium oxide
quicksilver mercury (it is element)
Rochelle salt potassium sodium tartrate
rock salt sodium chloride
rouge, jeweler's ferric oxide
rubbing alcohol isopropyl alcohol
salt, table sodium chloride
salt of lemon potassium binoxalate
salt of tartar potassium carbonate
saltpeter potassium nitrate
silica silicon dioxide
slaked lime calcium hydroxide
soda ash sodium carbonate
soda nitre sodium nitrate
soda lye sodium hydroxide
soluble glass sodium silicate
sour water dilute sulfuric acid
spirit of hartshorn ammonium hydroxide solution
spirit of salt hydrochloric acid
spirit of wine ethyl alcohol
spirits of nitrous ether ethyl nitrate
talc or talcum magnesium silicate
tin crystals stannous chloride
trona natural sodium carbonate
Venetian red ferric oxide
verdigris basic copper acetate
vinegar impure dilute acetic acid
vitamin C ascorbic acid
vitriol sulfuric acid
washing soda sodium carbonate
water glass sodium silicate
white vitriol zinc sulfate crystals


rearranged from earlier post by Mis Fariha
only uniqe and better looking compouns are added
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I surprise to see that stuff, although i have master's degree in chemistry have experience of teaching and qualifying css, still i don't remember that much. i think don't waste that much time on these, focus on other subjects as well.












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I was surprised to see it

I have forgotten many chemical name

I majored Sodium Metabisulphite
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A new information about this field. thank you
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why we need that?
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