Chemical Reactions and Equation (CBSE Class-10 Science): Questions 29 - 39 of 74

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Question number: 29

» Chemical Reactions and Equation » Chemical Equations » Writing a Chemical Equation

» Chemical Reactions and Equation » Chemical Equations » Balanced Chemical Equations

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What are combination reactions?

Question number: 30

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What are the changes that can be observed to determine a chemical reaction?

Question number: 31

» Chemical Reactions and Equation » Types of Chemical Reactions » Displacement Reaction

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What is a displacement reaction?

Question number: 32

» Chemical Reactions and Equation » Types of Chemical Reactions » Oxidation and Reduction

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Give two examples of synthetic and non-synthetic anti-oxidants?

Question number: 33

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» Chemical Reactions and Equation » Chemical Equations » Writing Symbols of Physical States

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How would we indicate the physical state of reactants or products in a given chemical equation?

Question number: 34

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What is a chemical equation?

Question number: 35

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A compound A is used for drinking, has pH = 7. Its acidified solution undergoes decomposition in presence of electricity to produce gases B and C. The volume of B is double than C. B is highly combustible whereas C is supporter of combustion. Identify A, B & C and write the chemical reactions involved.

Question number: 36

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» Chemical Reactions and Equation » Chemical Equations » Writing Symbols of Physical States

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What information regarding physical state we get from the following representations – (g), (l), (aq) and (s)?

Question number: 37

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Write down the steps to balance a chemical equation.

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Reacting substances are reactants on the left hand side of the equation.

Substances formed are products on the right hand side of the arrow.

In chemical equation + implies reacts with and - > implies produces.

Numbers in front of the formulas are coefficients and indicates relative number of molecules… (94 more words) …

Question number: 38

» Chemical Reactions and Equation » Types of Chemical Reactions » Oxidation and Reduction

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What is the one important similarity between rusting and burning processes?

Question number: 39

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What do you mean by a chemical equation?

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