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5. Compounds of Common Use

Introduction

Types of Salt : When cation replaces H+ of an acid, salt is formed. There are various types of salts.
(i) Sulphate : Those salts which are obtained by replacing hydrogen of sulphuric acid are called sulphates, e.g.,

(ii) Chlorides : When hydrogen of hydrochloric acid is replaced by cation, chloride salt are formed, e.g.,

(iii) Nitrates : Those salts which are obtained by replacing hydrogen of nitric acid by action are called nitrate salts, e.g.,

(iv) Carbonates : When hydrogen of carbonic acid is replaced by metal ion, carbonate salts are formed, e.g.,

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