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4. Acid Bases & Salts

Introduction

A chemical substance is a kind of matter that cannot be separated into any other kind of matter by physical method. Pure substances have uniform composition and always have some properties like taste, smell, texture, etc.
We use several materials in our daily life for various purposes. Some of them are sweet in taste, some are salty, some are sour and some are bitter.
The sweet taste of a substance is due to sugar present in it. Why are certain food materials sour in taste like curd, vinegar, tamarind, lemon juice, green mango, tomatoes, orange, unripened grapes, others are sweet in taste whereas some are salty and some are bitter in taste ? What substance are present in which make them sour, bitter or salty ?

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