ICSE Chemistry: List of Names and Colors of Common Salts (NOTES)


Salts

Salts

 

In the following PDF file, we have included a list of the names of chemical compounds, what color they are, their special characteristics (if any), etc.

You’ll find this information useful while studying for the following for your ICSE Class 10 Chemistry Board Exam:

  • Acids, Bases, and Salts;
  • Analytical Chemistry; and
  • Questions asking to differentiate between two salts/acids/compounds.

 

Hope these notes help you out while studying for your board exams! 🙂

All you have to do is keep the information in mind and apply it wherever needed!

(Helps a lot in application-based questions in ICSE Chemistry!)

 

Here’s a link to the PDF file for the above mentioned notes:

NOTES – Names and Colors of Common Salts

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You may print these notes through the PDF file and refer to them as required. We would appreciate it if you abstain from reproducing any part of these notes without our prior permission. For more information, please contact us. Thank you.

 

Also see:

ICSE Chemistry: Table of Common and IUPAC Names of Organic Compounds (NOTES)

ICSE Chemistry: Extraction of Metals (NOTES)

ICSE Class 10 Quick Links – all notes in one place

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31 thoughts on “ICSE Chemistry: List of Names and Colors of Common Salts (NOTES)

    • ICSE Helper says:

      Dhruv,

      We will publish a post on the same. If you have signed up via email, you will get the notification in your mail. Or else, please visit the blog later to update yourself.

      Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

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    • ICSE Helper says:

      Hi Blaire,

      You could use any referencing generator available on the internet and paste the link to the notes there, after which it will automatically generate a proper reference for you. If you need further details, the author is “ICSE Helper” and the publisher “Helpline for ICSE Students (Class 10)”. Hope this helps! We appreciate your taking the time to clarify. 🙂

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    • icsehelpline101 says:

      Thank you for pointing that out! You are absolutely correct, and I’ll add ammonium dichromate as an exception. 🙂
      Unfortunately, my knowledge is limited to the extent of what I have been taught, and mostly the notes posted here are a direct result of that.

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    • icsehelpline101 says:

      I really have no idea about this book. Haven’t heard about it, but one extra reference book surely can’t hurt! 🙂 But do try to get the Evergreen Workbook I mentioned above… I know from experience that it helps a lot in writing answers that are up to the mark.

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  1. Ananthi says:

    Yesterday, bought together with maths Ref.book. I remind you when we bought..Tanks:-) well…What about english guides?( A treasure trove, golden lyre, Loyalties) Can i get separate guides for each book?

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    • icsehelpline101 says:

      🙂

      As for English, I completely forgot to include them in my post… Sorry!

      Loyalties:
      CANDID
      John Galsworthy’s Loyalties Workbook
      For ICSE Classes IX and X
      By Dr. (Ms) Gillian Rosemary Hart
      Evergreen Publications (India) Ltd. – New Delhi

      The Golden Lyre:
      Workbook on The Golden Lyre
      ICSE – Classes IX-X
      By Michael Shane Calvert
      Evergreen Publications (India) Ltd. – New Delhi

      A Treasure Trove of Short Stories:
      A Treasure Trove of Short Stories (A Collection of Short Stories) Workbook
      By S. Chakravarthi and R. S. Gupta
      Franksons [A Unit of Frank Bros. & Co. (Publishers) Ltd.] – New Delhi

      And additionally, you may purchase the Together With guidebook for English II which will have a point wise summary of all chapters/poems/acts as well as short solved questions and practice questions. I recommend using Together With for English II only for quick revision. Otherwise, the books mentioned above are quite thorough and will help a lot!

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