Chemistry Acids, Bases, Salts Questions & Answers Pdf - 1
What is salts?
Salt is a substance formed by the neutralisation of an acid by base.
Example - Sodium chloride
How are salts classified?
Salts are classified as follows
Normal salts (simple salts)
Example - Sodium chloride, Potassium chloride
Example - Sodium bisulphate, Potassium bisulphate, Sodium bicarbonate
Example - Basic magnesium chloride, basic lead chloride
Sodium potassium carbonate, bleaching powder
Potassium ferro cyanide, sodium zinc cyanide
What are bases?
Bases are soapy or greasy to touch. They are highly corrosive in nature. They burn the sin when the body contacts with alkalis.
What are acids?
Acids are compounds found naturally in plants or derived from minerals which have sour taste.
Write a note on hydrated salts?
The salts which contain certain fixed number of water molecules, attached loosely to each molecule of the salt are called hydrated salts.
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