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Sodium Carbonate

Sodium Carbonate is a multi-use chemical. This is also called washing soda. Its molecular formula is Na2CO3. It is white in colour.

Uses

  1. It is used to make soaps and detergents.
  2. It is used to manufacture paper.
  3. It is used to manufacture different types of glasses.
  4. It is used to remove hardness of water.
  5. It used to make caustic soda in the lab.
  6. It is used for the various purpose in the lab.

Sodium Bicarbonate

Sodium Bicarbonate is the useful chemical made from sodium. It is also called baking soda. Its molecular formula is NaHCO3. It is white solid which is soluble in water. Baking soda, or sodium bicarbonate, is a base (alkaline in nature) that is formed when sodium carbonate (purified form of a mineral mined in Wyoming) is mixed with a solution of carbonic acid.

Uses

  1. It is used to make baking powder.
  2. It is used as medicine to produce carbon dioxide gas in the stomach to remove the acid.
  3. It is used to make soft drinks.
  4. It is used to make fire extinguishers.

Glycerol

Glycerol is also called glycerine. Glycerol is a simple polyol compound. It is a colorless, odorless, viscous liquid that is widely used in pharmaceutical formulations. Its molecular formula is C3H5(OH)3. It is soluble in water.

Uses

  1. It makes the skin soft.
  2. It is used to make sweets.
  3. It is used to make medicine and printing ink.

  • Sodium Carbonate molecular formula is Na2CO3.
  • Sodium carbonate is used to make soaps and detergents.
  • Sodium Bicarbonate  molecular formula is NaHCO3.
  • Sodium bicarbonate is used to make baking powder.
  • Glycerol molecular formula is C3H5(OH)3
  • Glycerol is mostly used as sweetner.
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Very Short Questions

The uses of sodium carbonate are:

  1. It is used to make soaps and detergents.
  2. It is used to manufacture paper.
  3. It is used to manufacture different types of glasses.
  4. It is used to remove hardness of water.
  5. It used to make caustic soda in the lab.
  6. It is used for the various purpose in the lab.

The uses of sodium bicarbonate are:

  1. It is used to make a baking powder.
  2. It is used as medicine to produce carbon dioxide gas in the stomach to remove the acid.
  3. It is used to make soft drinks.
  4. It is used to make fire extinguishers.

The uses of glycerol are:

  1. It makes the skin soft.
  2. It is used to make sweets.
  3. It is used to make medicine and printing ink.

The molecular formula sodium carbonate is Na2CO3.

The molecular formula of sodium bicarbonate is NaHCO3.

The molecular formula of glycerol is C3H5(OH)3.

Sodium carbonate is also called washing soda.

Sodium bicarbonate is also called baking soda.

Glycerol is also called glycerine.

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  • What is molecular formula of sodium carbonate?

    Na2CO3
    Na2CO
    Na2CO4
    Na3CO2
  • What is colour of sodium carbonate?

    brown
    white
    green
    blue
  • What is molecular formula of sodium bicarbonate?

    Na2HCO3
    NaHCO3
    NaHCO2
    NaHCO4
  • What is molecular formula of glycerol?

    C3H2(OH)5
    C3H5(OH)3
    C3H5(OH)2
    C2H5(OH)4
  • What is colour of glycerol?

    white
    green
    navy blue
    colourless
  • What is colour of sodium bicarbonate?

    green
    navy blue
    colour less
    white
  • Which of the following is used to make fire extinguisher?

    sodium carbonate
    sodium bicarbonate
    glycerol
    sodium
  • Which of the following is used to make paper?

    sodium bicarbonate
    sodium carbonate
    glycerol
    sodium
  • Which of the following is used to make sweets?

    glycerol
    sodium
    sodium bicarbonate
    sodium carbonate
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Why sodium is called active metal,why?


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