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Chapter 2 Acids, Bases and Salts

We heard that acid is explosive and causes severe burns when it comes in contact to our body. Nevertheless you will be surprised to know a highly acidic gastric juice is produced by our stomach yet our stomach did not get harmed by that acid. How come it be possible? In the previous class you have studied about acid and bases. Acids are sour in taste and bases are bitter in taste. By tasting we cannot determine acid or bases because they may be very hazardous. In this chapter we will come to know about the indicator that distinguish between acid and base. Types of acids and base, when they react with each other they form salt such reaction is known as neutralization reaction  resulting in production of salt. Salt can be acidic, alkaline and neutral. Here in this chapter we will focus on different types salt and their uses.

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