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Table Salt (Sodium Chloride)- NaCl 2. Sugar (Sucrose)- C12H22O11 3. Hydrochloric Acid (Muriatic Acid)- HCl 4. Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)- C6H8O6 5. Aspirin (Acetylsalicylic Acid)- C9H8O4 6. Milk of Magnesia (Magnesium Hydroxide)- Mg(OH)2 7. Ammonia- NH3 8. Rubbing Alcohol (Ethanol)- C2H5OH 9. Baking Soda (Sodium Bicarbonate)NaHCO3 10. Mothballs (Naphthalene

Common Name acetone acid potassium sulfate acid of sugar Ackey Alkali volatil alcohol, grain alcohol sulfuris alcohol, wood Alum alumina antichlor antifreeze antimony black antimony bloom antimony glance

Chemical Name dimethyl ketone; 2-propanone (u acetone) Potassium bisulfate oxalic acid nitric acid ammonium hydroxide ethyl alcohol carbon disulfide methyl alcohol aluminum potassium sulfate aluminum oxide sodium thiosulfate ethylene glycol antimony trisulfide antimony trioxide antimony trisulfide

antimony red (vermillion) aqua ammonia aqua fortis aqua regia aromatic spirit of ammonia arsenic glass azurite asbestos aspirin baking soda banana oil (artificial) barium white benzol bicarbonate of soda bichloride of mercury bichrome Bitter salt Black ash Black copper oxide Black lead Blanc-fixe bleaching powder blue copperas blue lead blue salts blue stone blue vitriol bluestone bone ash bone black boracic acid

antimony oxysulfide

aqueous solution of ammonium h nitric acid nitrohydrochloric acid ammonia in alcohol

arsenic trioxide mineral form of basic copper carb magnesium silicate acetylsalicylic acid sodium bicarbonate isoamyl acetate barium sulfate benzene sodium hydrogen carbonate or so mercuric chloride potassium dichromate magnesium sulfate crude form of sodium carbonate cupric oxide graphite (carbon) barium sulfate chlorinated lime; calcium hypoch copper sulfate (crystals) lead sulfate nickel sulfate copper sulfate (crystals) copper sulfate copper sulfate crude calcium phosphate crude animal charcoal boric acid

Borax bremen blue brimstone Burnt alum Burnt lime Burnt ochre Burnt ore Brine butter of antimony butter of tin butter of zinc calomel carbolic acid carbonic acid gas caustic lime caustic potash caustic soda Chalk Chile saltpeter Chile nitre Chinese red Chinese white chloride of soda chloride of lime chrome alum chrome green chrome yellow chromic acid copperas Corrosive sublimate Corundum (ruby, sapphire) cream of tartar

sodium borate; sodium tetrabora basic copper carbonate sulfur anhydrous potassium aluminum s calcium oxide ferric oxide ferric oxide aqueous sodium chloride solution antimony trichloride anhydrous stannic chloride zinc chloride mercury chloride; mercurous chlo phenol carbon dioxide calcium hydroxide potassium hydroxide sodium hydroxide calcium carbonate sodium nitrate sodium nitrate basic lead chromate zinc oxide sodium hypochlorite calcium hypochlorite chromic potassium sulfate chromium oxide lead (VI) chromate chromium trioxide ferrous sulfate mercury (II) chloride chiefly aluminum oxide potassium bitartrate

crocus powder crystal carbonate dechlor diamond emery powder epsom salts ethanol Farina ferro prussiate ferrum Flores martis fluorspar Fixed white flowers of sulfur 'flowers of' any metal formalin French chalk French vergidris galena Glauber's salt Green verditer Green vitriol gypsum hard oil Heavy spar hydrocyanic acid hypo (photography) Indian red Isinglass jeweler's rouge Killed spirits lampblack laughing gas

ferric oxide sodium carbonate sodium thiophosphate carbon crystal impure aluminum oxide magnesium sulfate ethyl alcohol starch potassium ferricyanide iron anhydride iron (III) chloride natural calcium fluoride barium sulfate sulfur oxide of the metal aqueous formaldehyde solution natural magnesium silicate basic copper acetate natural lead sulfide sodium sulfate basic copper carbonate ferrous sulfate crystals natural calcium sulfate boiled linseed oil barium sulfate hydrogen cynanide sodium thiosulfate solution ferric oxide agar-agar gelatin ferric oxide zinc chloride crude form of carbon; charcoal nitrous oxide

lead peroxide lead protoxide lime lime, slaked limewater liquor ammonia litharge Lunar caustic liver of sulfur Lye or soda lye magnesia manganese black marble mercury oxide, black methanol methylated spirits milk of lime milk of magnesium milk of sulfur "muriate" of a metal muriatic acid natron nitre nordhausen acid oil of mars oil of vitriol oil of wintergreen (artificial) orthophosphoric acid Paris blue Paris green Paris white pear oil (artificial)

lead dioxide lead oxide calcium oxide calcium hydroxide aqueous solution of calcium hydr ammonium hydroxide solution lead monoxide silver nitrate sufurated potash sodium hydroxide magnesium oxide manganese dioxide mainly calcium carbonate mercurous oxide methyl alcohol methyl alcohol calcium hydroxide magnesium hydroxide precipitated sulfur chloride of the metal hydrochloric acid sodium carbonate potassium nitrate fuming sulfuric acid deliquescent anhydrous iron (III) sulfuric acid methyl salicylate phosphoric acid ferric ferrocyanide copper acetoarsenite powdered calcium carbonate isoamyl acetate

pearl ash permanent white plaster of Paris plumbago potash potassa precipitated chalk Prussic acid pyro quicklime quicksilver red lead red liquor red prussiate of potash red prussiate of soda Rochelle salt rock salt Rouge, jeweler's rubbing alcohol sal ammoniac sal soda salt, table salt of lemon salt of tartar saltpeter Silica slaked lime soda ash soda nitre soda lye soluble glass sour water

potassium carbonate barium sulfate calcium sulphate graphite potassium carbonate potassium hydroxide calcium carbonate hydrogen cyanide tetrasodium pyrophosphate calcium oxide mercury lead tetraoxide aluminum acetate solution potassium ferrocyanide sodium ferrocyanide potassium sodium tartrate sodium chloride ferric oxide isopropyl alcohol ammonium chloride sodium carbonate sodium chloride potassium binoxalate potassium carbonate potassium nitrate silicon dioxide calcium hydroxide sodium carbonate sodium nitrate sodium hydroxide sodium silicate dilute sulfuric acid

Spirit of hartshorn Spirit of salt Spirit of wine spirits of nitrous ether Sugar, table Sugar of lead sulfuric ether talc or talcum tin crystals Trona unslaked lime Venetian red verdigris Vienna lime vinegar vitamin C vitriol washing soda Water glass White caustic White lead White vitriol yellow prussiate of potash yellow prussiate of soda zinc vitriol zinc white

ammonium hydroxide solution hydrochloric acid ethyl alcohol ethyl nitrate sucrose lead acetate ethyl ether magnesium silicate stannous chloride natural sodium carbonate calcium oxide ferric oxide basic copper acetate calcium carbonate impure dilute acetic acid ascorbic acid sulfuric acid sodium carbonate sodium silicate sodium hydroxide basic lead carbonate zinc sulfate crystals potassium ferrocyanide sodium ferrocyanide zinc sulfate zinc oxide

What is plaster of Paris?

Plaster of Paris is made by heating the mineral gypsum. Large deposits were originally found outside of Paris in France hence its name. When gypsum is heated to about 150C it losses water and produces the powder, plaster of Paris Gypsum =heat=> Plaster of Paris + steam 2CaSO42H2O =heat=> 2CaSO4H2O + 3H2O