The neutral substance formed by the reaction between acidic radical and basic radical is known as salt.
Fig: Salt of Manganese (Mn)
Fig: Detergent powder used for washing clothes
The two names of salts that are insoluble in water are: a. Copper carbonate (CuCO3) b. Lead carbonate (PbCO3) The salts insoluble in water are used to produce different colors.
The two general methods of preparation of salts are given below:
The three properties of salt are:
The salt which is formed by the reaction between strong acid and weak base is called acidic salt e.g. Sodium hydrogen sulphate (NaHSO4). The salt which is formed by the reaction between strong base and weak acid is called basic salt e.g. Sodium hydrogen carbonate (NaHCO3).
The reaction in which acid and base reacts together to form neutral salt and water is called neutralization. E.g. HCl + NaOH → NaCl + H2O (Acid) (Base) (Salt) (Water)
Base turns red litmus paper into ______.
doesnot react with litmu paper
The neutral substance formed by the reaction between acidic radical and basic radical is known as ______.
none of above
Sodium sulfate is a normal salt whereas Sodium bisulfate is an ______ salt.