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These notes provide the students with the summary of the chapter, important points to remember and detailed explanation of important concepts and derivations for better understanding. Bases are bitter in taste, turns red litmus to blue and when dissolved in water releases OH— ions. Indicators are those substances which tell us whether a substance is acidic or basic by change in color. For e. By Login, you agree to our Terms and Privacy Policies. Forgot Password?
Note— Such reactions are not possible with all the metals. Metallic oxides are said to be basic in nature because they give salt and water on reacting with acids. All bases do not dissolve in water. An alkali is a base that dissolves in water. Common alkalis are. When an acid or a base is mixed with water they become dilute. This results in the decrease in the concentration of per unit volume in acids and bases respectively,i.
Explanation of every important term related to Acids and Bases. The main points of the chapter 2 is covered through these notes. Important Questions and Previous years board questions related to Class 10 Science Chapter 2 are given below with answers. The language for notes is kept very simple and easy, so that everyone can understand. Prepare Class 10 Science Chapter 2 using simplified Notes with keywords and explanation. All the definition and equations related to 10th Science Chapter 2 Acids, Bases and Salts are given below. All mineral acids are strong acids except carbonic acid.
Organic acids: Acids derived from living organisms like plants and animals. For example: citric acid is present in fruits, acetic acid present in vinegar, oxalic acid present in tomato, tartaric acid present in tamarind, lactic acid present in sour milk and curd. Mineral acids: They are also called inorganic acids. Strong acids: Completely dissociate into its ions in aqueous solutions. Weak acids: Weak acids are those acids which do not completely dissociate into its ions in aqueous solutions. Dilute acids: Have a low concentration of acids in aqueous solutions. Concentrated acids: Have a high concentration of acids in aqueous solutions.
Indicators: Indicators are substances which indicate the acidic or basic nature of the solution by the colour change. Types of Indicator: There are many types of indicators. Some common types of indicators are:.
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Want to learn by Video Lectures? Acids - Acids are compounds which give hydrogen ion in water solution. Bases - Bases are compounds which give hydroxide ion in water solution. Salts - Salts are compounds obtained by replacement of H from acid by a metal. A concentrated solution is a solution in which large amount of solute is dissolved in less amount of water solvent. A dilute solution is a solution in which small amount of solute is dissolved in large amount of water solvent.
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