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Acid Bases and Salt


 
Acid Bases and Salt logoSubject: Science    Exam: NTSE

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Important Concepts in Acid Bases and Salt

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  • Acids

  • Bases

  • Salts

  • Neutral Substances

  • Indicators



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Important Points

Organic acids are naturally occurring acids and are mostly found in plants and animals. These acids are the compounds of carbon. For example, acetic acid in vinegar, formic acid in ants, citric acid in lemons and oranges.
Mineral acids are synthesized from minerals found on earth. For example, sulphuric acid, nitric acid and hydrochloric acid.
Concentrated acids contain large quantity of acid and very less or no water at all.
Dilute acids contain a large quantity of water and less quantity of acid
Strong acids give a large number of hydrogen ions when dissolved in water. Mineral acids are generally strong acids.


 
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