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- How many elements are known to us?
- What is an indicator? Name of commonly used indicators?
- Use of blue litmus paper in acid and bases.
- How can you say that orange juice is acidic in nature?
- Explain the color changing in Methyl orange and phenolphthalein
- What is universal indicator?
- Why do we see a yellow stain on a white cloth?
- What are olfactory indicators and their examples?
- When will we not be able to detect the characteristics smell of onion and vanilla?
- Why lemon has a sour taste?
- Differentiate between organic and mineral acid?
- Example of organic and mineral acids
- In how many parts can acids be divided into?
- What type of acid is vinegar and what are its uses?
- Difference between concentrated and dilute acid
- Why should we not add water to concentrated acid to form dilute acid?
- What are the properties of acid?
- Diagram to show the reaction of dilute sulphuric acid with zinc?
- Why should you not keep sour stuff in metal utensils?
- What is formed when:
Acids react with metal carbonate
Calcium hydroxide reacts with carbon dioxide
- What will happen when excess of carbon dioxide is passed through lime water?
- What is the solution if someone is suffering from acidity?
- What are the different forms of calcium carbonate?
- Does carbon dioxide support combustion?
- What is formed when acid reacts with bases?
- What is neutralization reaction?
- What is formed when sodium hydroxide and hydrochloric acid reacts
- What is formed when acid reacts with metal oxide?
- What is the use of phenolphthalein solution?
- What is milk of magnesia?
- Why do acids have corrosive nature?
- What do all acids have in common?
- What is the common thing about all the acids?
- What is the reason for acidic behavior of acids?
- Why do glucose and alcohol do not show acidic character?
- Explain the statement: through all acids contain hydrogen, but all the hydrogen containing compounds are not acidic?
- Why do aqueous solutions of acid conduct electricity?
- Why do acids do not show acidic behavior in the absence of water?
- Differentiate between strong and weak acid?
- Write word equation and then balanced equations for the reactions taking place when:
- Dilute sulphuric acid reacts with zinc granules
- Dilute hydrochloric acid reacts with magnesium ribbon
- Dilute sulphuric acid reacts with aluminum powder
- Dilute hydrochloric acid reacts with iron filings
- What happens when acid reacts with base?
- The common properties of all the bases
- Neutralization reaction and its products
- How do we know that non metal oxides are acidic in nature?
- What are the uses of bases?
- How do we determine the strength of acids and bases?
- pH value of water
- Universal indicator and its uses
- Which is stronger acid- sulphuric acid or vinegar?
- Importance of pH in ever day life
- Antacids and their uses
- When do tooth decay starts?
- Does pH value effect plants and animals too?
- How is soil treated when it is too acidic?
- Acid rain its side effects.
- How does honey bee protects itself?
- What color will natural indicator show if you will add it to following substance?
Potassium hydroxide, pH= 12
Soda water, pH=5
Sulphuric acid, pH=2
- How are name of salt derived?
- Characteristics of salt and properties of salts
- What does hydrolysis of salt mean?
- Neutral salt and its example?
- How common salt obtained and what are its uses?
- Name the chemicals obtained from common salt?
- Production procedure caustic soda
- Uses of:
- Properties of washing soda and Explain the production of washing soda with the help of equation.
- What are the uses of sodium carbonate?
- Chemical name of baking soda and its properties
- State some uses of baking soda?
- Why does cake become fluffy after adding baking soda?
- How is sodium bicarbonate used as a fire extinguisher?
- Bleaching agent and disinfectants
- Bleaching powder, its properties and the uses
- What is plaster of Paris and why is it called so?
- Detail description, uses and properties of plaster of paris?
- Why should plaster of paris be stored in moisture proof container?
- What is water of crystallization?
- Chemical formula of:
Sodium carbonate decahydrate
- Chemicals that can be made of common salt
- What will happen if we heat gypsum at 373K?
There are some sample questios given below :
- Which of the following statements is not correct?
- All metal carbonates react with acid to give a salt, water and carbon dioxide
- All metal oxides react with water to give salt and acid
- Some metals react with acids to give salt and hydrogen
- Some non metal oxides react with water to form an acid
- Name the gas released when metals are allowed to react with dilute acids
- Which of the following is not a mixed salt?
- 10 ml of a solution of NaOH is found to be completely neutralized by 8 ml of a given solution of HCl. If we take 20 ml of the same solution of NaOH, the amount of HCL (the same solution as before) required to neutralize it will be
- What is the conjugate base of NH3?
- Some naturally occurring indicators are
- China rose
- All the above
- The ratio of the, wavelengths of a light wave travelling with a speed of 2 x 108 and 3 x 108 in different media is
- Which of the following phenomena occur, when a small amount of acid is added to water?
- Salt formation
- Zinc reacts with an acid as well as with a base to liberate hydrogen. On the basis of this what should be the nature of the zinc metal?
- Which of the following hydroxide are alkali?
- Ammonium hydroixe
- Calcium hydroxide
- Copper hydroide
- Sodium hydroxide
- Which of the following compounds is used in soda-acid fire extinguishers?
- calcium hydroxide
- calcium carbonate
- sodium hydrogen sulphate
- sodium hydrogen carbonate
- Which of the following is a general property of bases?
- taste sour
- turn litmus red
- conduct electric current in solution
- concentration of H3O+ is greater than concentration of OH−
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