Name the Method Used for Preparation of the Following Salt from the List Given Below: - Chemistry

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Name the method used for preparation of the following salts from the list given below:
(i) Sodium nitrate
(ii) Iron (III) chloride
(iii) Lead chloride
(iv) Zinc sulphate
(v) Sodium hydrogen sulphate

List :
(a) Simple displacement
(b) Neutralization
(c) Decomposition by acid
(d) Double decomposition
(e) Direct synthesis

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Solution

(i) Sodium nitrate (b) Neutralisation
(ii) Iron (III) chloride (e) Direct synthesis
(iii) Lead chloride (d) Double decomposition
(iv) Zinc sulphate (a) Simple displacement
(v) Sodium hydrogen sulphate (c) Decomposition by acid
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Chapter 3: Study Of Acids, Bases and Salts - Exercise 7 [Page 77]

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Frank ICSE Class 10 Chemistry Part 2
Chapter 3 Study Of Acids, Bases and Salts
Exercise 7 | Q 6 | Page 77

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