give two examples of natural indicators?
name any two synthetic indicators?
mention a few natural indicators other tha termeric ,litmus?
what is litmus what is its original colour
Some of the natural indicators are - LITMUS AND TURMERIC SOLUTION
Synthetic Indicators - METHYL ORANGE, PHENOLPHTHALEIN
Natural Indicators (Other than turmeric and litmus) - RED CABBAGE LEAVES AND PETALS OF PETUNIA OR GERANIUM
Litmus is a natural indicator extracted from a plant LICHEN which belongs to the thallophyta division. It is PURPLE in colour.
petunia , red cabbage leaves, geranium
examples of synthetic indicators
methyl orange , phenophthalene .
litmus is a dye extracted from certain lichens which turns red in acidic conditions and blue in basic conditions. Its original color is purple
Synthetic indicators- Methyl orange , Phenolphthalein
Natural indicators(other than litmus and turmeric juice) -red cabbage juice flowers of hydrangea, Petunia, etc
Litmus- It is a purple colour due, which is extracted from lichens, a plant from the division 'Thallophyta' , which is commonly used as an acid-base indicator. When the litmus solution is neither acidic nor basic, its colour is purple. When people solution is acidified, it changes to red colour whereas it changes to blue colour when a small amount of base is added to red litmus solution.
Synthetic indicator-Methyl orange, Phenolyphthalein
Natural Indicators(Other than litmus and turmeric).
Litmus is a natural indicator extracted from a plant Lichen which belongs to the thallophyta division. It is purple in colour.
Eg: red cabbage juice and beetroot juice.
Olfactory indicators indicate odour/smell change.
Eg: Onions, vanilla and clove.
Vanilla, which is an olfactory indicator loses its essence when dissolved in a base but the essence is the same when dissolved in an acid.
Some synthetic indicators are phenolphthalein, methylene blue , methyl orange .
A litmus is a natural indicator which has red colour in acidic medium and changes to blue colour in alkaline medium. Its original colour is purple.
1.flowers like hydrangeas can determine the acidity or basicity of the soil. These flowers become blue if the soil is acidic, purple if the soil is neutral and pink if the?soil?is basic.
2.red cabagge water can determine the acidity or basicity of given solution.They become red or pink when solution is acid while blue green or yellow when solution is basic, it's netural colour is purple.
1.methyl orange-become red in acid while yellowin base
2.phenolphthalein-colourless in acidic solution while pink in basic soution.
Litmus is a natural indicator which check nature of solution wheather it is acidic or basic.It is extracted from lichen plant , its original colour is purple.
Synthetic Indicators -?METHYL ORANGE, PHENOLPHTHALEIN
Natural Indicators (Other than turmeric and litmus) -?RED CABBAGE LEAVES AND PETALS OF PETUNIA OR GERANIUM
Litmus is a natural indicator extracted from a plant?LICHEN?which belongs to the thallophyta division. It is?PURPLE?in colour.
Synthetic indicators=methyl orange and phenolphthalein.
Grape juice, red cabbage and china rose petals.
Litmus paper is a natural indicator which is used to indicate acid or base.
The original colour of litmus paper is blue.
Two synthetic indicators such as Methyl Orange as well as Phenolpthalein and universal indicator ....
Litmus is a solution which is purple in colour ...and it is extracted from lichen plan i.e., belonging to the division of Thallophyta
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Any two Synthetic Indicators:
Phenolphthalein and Methyl Orange
Natural Indicators other than Turmeric and Litmus:
Red Cabbage, Flowers like Petunia and Geranium
Litmus is a extract in form of solution from the symbiosis called Lichen. It is purple coloured
Natural indicators - litmus, turmeric powder, China rose, etc.
Two synthetic indicators - phenolphthalein and methyl orange
Few natural indicators other then turmeric ,litmus- china rose, methyl orange and phenolphthalein, cherries, red cabbage,beetroots, onion, grape juice etc.
Original colour of litmus - purple