Class X - CBSE Chemistry (Science)
NCERT Class 10, Science Textbook - Chapter 2, Acids, Bases and Salts
Science - Chemistry Notes
Q1: Define (i) Acid (ii) Bases (iii) Salt
Q2: What is Universal Indicator?
Q3: Why is it advised to clean mouth after consuming food? or
pH change is a cause for toot decay. Explain.
Q4: How sodium hydroxide is produced? or
What is ‘Chlor-alkali’ process? or
What do we obtain by electrolysis of brine?
Q5: Give some uses of sodium hydroxide.
Q6: How bleaching powder is formed? Give some uses of bleaching powder.
Q8: Give the chemical equation for the production of baking soda.
Q9: What is baking powder?
Q10: What happens when we heat sodium hydrogen carbonate (baking soda)?
Q11: What is ‘water of crystallization’?
Q12: What are hydrated salts? Give an example.
Q13: Why does an indicator change its colour in an acidic or basic solution?
Q14: Name some chemicals obtained by using sodium chloride (common salt) as a raw material.
Q15: What are strong and weak acids?
Q16: What is ‘Plaster of Paris’?
Further Study on Chapter 2, Acids, Bases and Salts
- 10th CBSE Science (Chemistry) | Chapter 2, Acids, Bases and Salts | NCERT Science Textbook Exercise Solution Read
- CBSE Xth Science (Chemistry) | Acids, Bases and Salts | NCERT Solutions for In-Text Questions Read
- CBSE Class 10 NCERT Science (Chemistry) - Multiple Choice Questions (mcq) | Chapter 2, Acids, Bases and Salts Read