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Salts (Grade 10)

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Salts

1. 
Which of the following processes does NOT result in the formation of a salt?
  1. A reaction between a weak acid and a weak base
  2. Neutralization Reaction
  3. Decomposition
  4. None of the Above
 
2. 
What is the formula of the salt produced when [math]H_2SO_4[/math] and [math]KOH[/math] react?
  1. [math]KSO_4[/math]
  2. [math]K_2S[/math]
  3. [math]K_2SO_3[/math]
  4. [math]K_2SO_4[/math]
3. 
Which of the following statements correctly characterizes salts?
  1. Salts conduct electricity in the solid phase.
  2. Salts conduct electricity in all phases.
  3. Salts conduct electricity in the liquid phase.
  4. Salts do not conduct electricity at all.
 
4. 
Which of the following must react with HCl to produce water and a salt with the chemical formula KCl?
  1. [math]K_2SO_4[/math]
  2. KOH
  3. KCl
  4. [math]K_2SO_3[/math]
5. 
Which of the following statements correctly characterizes the nature of salts, in terms of charge?
  1. Salts are electrically positive.
  2. Salts are electrically negative.
  3. Salts are electrically neutral.
  4. None of the above
 
6. 
Which of the following types of bonds is present in a salt?
  1. Polar Covalent
  2. Ionic
  3. Nonpolar Covalent
  4. Metallic
7. 
Which of the following statements is NOT always true about salts?
  1. Salts are always very soluble in water.
  2. Salts consist of cations and anions.
  3. Salts conduct electricity in the liquid phase.
  4. Salts are ionic in nature.
 
8. 
What is the correct chemical name for the salt [math]NH_4Cl[/math]?
  1. Ammonia Chloride
  2. Ammonium Chloride
  3. Nitrogen Tetrahydrogen Chloride
  4. Ammonium (I) Chloride
9. 
Name ONE ion that would combine with [math]Cl^-[/math] to form an insoluble salt.



 
10. 
When a salt is formed from the neutralization reaction between an acid and a base, the most likely pH value of the resulting solution that contains the salt is           .
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