Answer in Brief
List the properties of salts.
- Salts are mostly solids that melt as well as boil at high temperatures.
- Most of the salts are soluble in water.
For example, chloride salts of potassium and sodium are soluble in water. But silver chloride is insoluble in water.
- They are odorless, mostly white, cubic crystals or crystalline powder with a salty taste.
- Salt is hygroscopic in nature.
Concept: Properties of Salts
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