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NCERT solutions for Chemistry Part 1 and 2 Class 11 chapter 10 - The s-Block Elements [Latest edition]

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Chapter 10: The s-Block Elements

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EXERCISES [Pages 313 - 314]

NCERT solutions for Chemistry Part 1 and 2 Class 11 Chapter 10 The s-Block ElementsEXERCISES [Pages 313 - 314]

EXERCISES | Q 10.1 | Page 313

What are the common physical and chemical features of alkali metals?

EXERCISES | Q 10.2 | Page 313

Discuss the general characteristics and gradation in properties of alkaline earth metals.

EXERCISES | Q 10.3 | Page 313

Why are alkali metals not found in nature?

EXERCISES | Q 10.4 | Page 313

Find the oxidation state of sodium in Na2O2.

EXERCISES | Q 10.5 | Page 313

Explain why is sodium less reactive than potassium?

EXERCISES | Q 10.6 | Page 313

Compare the alkali metals and alkaline earth metals with respect to (i) ionization enthalpy (ii) basicity of oxides and (iii) solubility of hydroxides

EXERCISES | Q 10.7 | Page 313

In what ways lithium shows similarities to magnesium in its chemical behaviour?

EXERCISES | Q 10.8 | Page 313

Explain why alkali and alkaline earth metals cannot be obtained by chemical reduction methods?

EXERCISES | Q 10.9 | Page 313

Why are potassium and cesium, rather than lithium used in photoelectric cells?

EXERCISES | Q 10.10 | Page 313

When an alkali metal dissolves in liquid ammonia the solution can acquire different colours. Explain the reasons for this type of colour change.

EXERCISES | Q 10.11 | Page 313

Beryllium and magnesium do not give colour to flame whereas other alkaline earth metals do so. Why?

EXERCISES | Q 10.12 | Page 313

Discuss the various reactions that occur in the Solvay process.

EXERCISES | Q 10.13 | Page 313

Potassium carbonate cannot be prepared by Solvay process. Why?

EXERCISES | Q 10.14 | Page 313

Why is Li2CO3 decomposed at a lower temperature whereas Na2CO3 at a higher temperature?

EXERCISES | Q 10.15 - (a) | Page 314

Compare the solubility and thermal stability of the following compound of the alkali metals with those of the alkaline earth metals.

Nitrates

EXERCISES | Q 10.15 - (b) | Page 314

Compare the solubility and thermal stability of the following compounds of the alkali metals with those of the alkaline earth metals.

Carbonates 

EXERCISES | Q 10.15 - (c) | Page 314

Compare the solubility and thermal stability of the following compounds of the alkali metals with those of the alkaline earth metals.

Sulphates

EXERCISES | Q 10.16 - (i) | Page 314

Starting with sodium chloride how would you proceed to prepare sodium metal.

EXERCISES | Q 10.16 - (ii) | Page 314

Starting with sodium chloride how would you proceed to prepare sodium hydroxide.

EXERCISES | Q 10.16 - (iii) | Page 314

Starting with sodium chloride how would you proceed to prepare sodium peroxide.

EXERCISES | Q 10.16 - (iv) | Page 314

Starting with sodium chloride how would you proceed to prepare sodium carbonate?

EXERCISES | Q 10.17 - (i) | Page 314

What happens when magnesium is burnt in air.

EXERCISES | Q 10.17 - (ii) | Page 314

What happens when quick lime is heated with silica?

EXERCISES | Q 10.17 - (iii) | Page 314

What happens when chlorine reacts with slaked lime?

EXERCISES | Q 10.17 - (iv) | Page 314

What happens when calcium nitrate is heated?

EXERCISES | Q 10.18 - (i) | Page 314

Describe two important uses of each of the following caustic soda.

EXERCISES | Q 10.18 - (ii) | Page 314

Describe two important uses of the following sodium carbonate.

EXERCISES | Q 10.18 - (iii) | Page 314

Describe two important uses of the following quicklime.

EXERCISES | Q 10.19 - (i) | Page 314

Draw the structure of BeCl2 (vapour).

EXERCISES | Q 10.19 - (ii) | Page 314

Draw the structure of BeCl2 (solid).

EXERCISES | Q 10.20 | Page 314

The hydroxides and carbonates of sodium and potassium are easily soluble in water while the corresponding salts of magnesium and calcium are sparingly soluble in water. Explain.

EXERCISES | Q 10.21 - (i) | Page 314

Describe the importance of the limestone.

EXERCISES | Q 10.21 - (ii) | Page 314

Describe the importance of the cement.

EXERCISES | Q 10.21 - (iii) | Page 314

Describe the importance of the plaster of paris.

EXERCISES | Q 10.22 | Page 314

Why are lithium salts commonly hydrated and those of the other alkali metal ions usually anhydrous?

EXERCISES | Q 10.23 | Page 314

Why is LiF almost insoluble in water whereas LiCl soluble not only in water but also in acetone?

EXERCISES | Q 10.24 | Page 314

Explain the significance of sodium, potassium, magnesium and calcium in biological fluids.

EXERCISES | Q 10.25 - (i) | Page 314

What happens when sodium metal is dropped in water?

EXERCISES | Q 10.25 - (ii) | Page 314

What happens when sodium metal is heated in the free supply of air?

EXERCISES | Q 10.25 - (iii) | Page 314

What happens when sodium peroxide dissolves in water?

EXERCISES | Q 10.26 - (a) | Page 314

Comment on the following observation:

The mobilities of the alkali metal ions in aqueous solution are Li+ < Na+ < K< Rb+ < Cs+

EXERCISES | Q 10.26 - (b) | Page 314

Comment on the following observation:

Lithium is the only alkali metal to form a nitride directly.

EXERCISES | Q 10.26 - (c) | Page 314

Comment on the following observation:

E for \[\ce{M^{2+}_{(aq)} + 2e– -> M(s)}\] (where M = Ca, Sr or Ba) is nearly constant.

EXERCISES | Q 10.27 - (a) | Page 314

State as to why a solution of Na2CO3 is alkaline?

EXERCISES | Q 10.27 - (b) | Page 314

State as to why alkali metals are prepared by electrolysis of their fused chlorides?

EXERCISES | Q 10.27 - (c) | Page 314

State as to why sodium is found to be more useful than potassium?

EXERCISES | Q 10.28 - (a) | Page 314

Write a balanced equation for the reaction between Na2Oand water.

EXERCISES | Q 10.28 - (b) | Page 314

Write a balanced equation for the reaction between KO2 and water.

EXERCISES | Q 10.28 - (c) | Page 314

Write a balanced equation for the reaction between Na2O and CO2.

EXERCISES | Q 10.29 - (i) | Page 314

How would you explain the following observation?

BeO is almost insoluble but BeSO4 in soluble in water.

EXERCISES | Q 10.29 - (ii) | Page 314

How would you explain the following observation?

 BaO is soluble but BaSO4 is insoluble in water.

EXERCISES | Q 10.29 - (iii) | Page 314

How would you explain the following observation?

LiI is more soluble than KI in ethanol.

EXERCISES | Q 10.30 | Page 314

Which of the alkali metal is having least melting point?

  • Na

  • K

  • Rb

  • Cs

EXERCISES | Q 10.31 | Page 314

Which one of the following alkali metals gives hydrated salts?

  • Li

  • Na

  • K

  • Cs

EXERCISES | Q 10.32 | Page 314

Which one of the alkaline earth metal carbonates is thermally the most stable?

  • MgCO3

  • CaCO3

  • SrCO3

  • BaCO3

Chapter 10: The s-Block Elements

EXERCISES

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