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Selina solutions for Class 6 Selina Concise Chemistry Chapter 4 Elements, Compounds, Symbols And Formulae Exercise 1 [Page undefined]

Exercise 1 | Q 1

Classify the following substances into elements and compounds

Mercury, sulphur, sugar, water, sand, gold, coal, oxygen, alcohol. 

Exercise 1 | Q 2

Give the symbols of: Carbon, calcium, copper, chlorine, cobalt, argon. 

Exercise 1 | Q 3

Define a pure substance. How many types of pure substances do you know?

Exercise 1 | Q 4.1

Define Elements.

Exercise 1 | Q 4.2

Define Compounds

Exercise 1 | Q 5.1

Give two examples of Metals.

Exercise 1 | Q 5.2

Give two examples of  Non-metals.

Exercise 1 | Q 5.3

Give two examples of  Metalloids.

Exercise 1 | Q 5.4

Give two examples of  Noble gases.

Exercise 1 | Q 6

Name the elements which form water.
How will you justify that water is a compound? 

Exercise 1 | Q 7

Give three differences between metals and non-metals.

Exercise 1 | Q 8

How is sodium chloride different from its constituent elements, sodium, and chlorine?

Exercise 1 | Q 9

State four important characteristics of compounds

Exercise 1 | Q 10.1

Give two examples of the following.
Non-metals which are solids

Exercise 1 | Q 10.2

Give two examples of the following.
Metals which are soft

Exercise 1 | Q 10.3

Give two examples of the following.
Non-metals which are lustrous

Exercise 1 | Q 10.3

What is the proportion of element present in the following compound?
CaO 

Exercise 1 | Q 10.4

Give two examples of the following.
Elements which are liquids

Exercise 1 | Q 10.5

Give two examples of the following.
Inert gases

Exercise 1 | Q 10.6

Give two examples of  Metalloids.

Exercise 1 | Q 11.1

Name the elements present in Sugar

Exercise 1 | Q 11.2

Name the elements present in Ammonia

Exercise 1 | Q 11.3

Name the elements present in Marble

Exercise 1 | Q 11.4

Name the elements present in Washing soda

Exercise 1 | Q 12.1

What is the proportion of element present in the following compound?
H2O

Exercise 1 | Q 12.2

What is the proportion of element present in the following compound?
CO2 

Exercise 1 | Q 12.4

What is the proportion of element present in the following compound?
NO2 

Exercise 1 | Q 13

Name two compounds which dissolve in water.

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Selina solutions for Class 6 Selina Concise Chemistry Chapter 4 Elements, Compounds, Symbols And Formulae Exercise 2 [Page undefined]

Exercise 2 | Q 1.1

Define: Atom 

Exercise 2 | Q 1.2

Define: Molecule

Exercise 2 | Q 1.3

Define: Atomicity 

Exercise 2 | Q 1.4

Define: Formula

Exercise 2 | Q 2

Why are the symbols and formulae of substances important?

Exercise 2 | Q 3

Mention three gaseous elements and write their molecular formulae

Exercise 2 | Q 4

State the information obtained from the formula of a compound.

Exercise 2 | Q 5.1

What is meant by 2H and H2

Exercise 2 | Q 5.2

What is meant by H20 and 3H2O

Exercise 2 | Q 6.1

State the number of atoms of C6H12O6

Exercise 2 | Q 6.2

State the number of atoms of H2SO4

Exercise 2 | Q 6.3

State the number of atoms of HNO3

Exercise 2 | Q 6.4

State the number of atoms of CaCO3

Exercise 2 | Q 7.1

Write the molecular formulae of compound calcium oxide.

Exercise 2 | Q 7.2

Write the molecular formulae of compound hydrogen sulphide.

Exercise 2 | Q 7.3

Write the molecular formulae of compound carbon monoxide

Exercise 2 | Q 7.4

Write the molecular formulae of compound lead sulphide.

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Selina solutions for Class 6 Selina Concise Chemistry Chapter 4 Elements, Compounds, Symbols And Formulae Exercise 3 [Page undefined]

Exercise 3 | Q 1.1

Name: Three different forms of carbon

Exercise 3 | Q 1.2

Name: A form of carbon used as a gem

Exercise 3 | Q 1.3

Name: Two substances used to make electric wires

Exercise 3 | Q 1.4

Name: Two substances used to make jewellery.

Exercise 3 | Q 1.5

Name A substance used as an insulator.

Exercise 3 | Q 2.1

Give one use of the following substance:
Iron

Exercise 3 | Q 2.2

Give one use of the following substance:
Brass

Exercise 3 | Q 2.3

Give one use of the following substance:
Coal

Exercise 3 | Q 3.1

Give reason: A frying pan is made up of steel but its handle is made up of wood.

Exercise 3 | Q 3.2

Give reason: Graphite is used to make a lead of the pencils.

Exercise 3 | Q 3.3

Give reason: Argon is filled in electric bulbs.

Exercise 3 | Q 4.1

Answer the following question:
Why are copper and aluminium used to make electric wires?

Exercise 3 | Q 4.2

Answer the following question:
What do you understand by the statement: ‘metals are ductile and malleable’?

Exercise 3 | Q 4.3

Answer the following question:
Give the advantages of using symbols instead of names of elements or compounds.

Exercise 3 | Q 4.4

Answer the following question:
When iron is mixed with sulphur at room temperature, it does not form a compound. Why?

Exercise 3 | Q 4.5

Find the atomicity of the Following molecule:
Calcium Chloride

Exercise 3 | Q 4.5

Find the atomicity of the Following molecule:
Aluminium Suiphide

Exercise 3 | Q 4.5

Find the atomicity of the Following molecule:
Acetic Acid

Exercise 3 | Q 4.5

Find the atomicity of the Following molecule:
Dinitrogen Oxide

Exercise 3 | Q 4.5

Find the atomicity of the Following molecule:
Carbon Monoxide

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Selina solutions for Class 6 Selina Concise Chemistry Chapter 4 Elements, Compounds, Symbols And Formulae Objective Type Questions [Page undefined]

Objective Type Questions | Q 1.1

Fill in the blank
_________ refers to the number of atoms in the molecule of an element

Objective Type Questions | Q 1.2

Fill in the blank
The most abundant element in the earth’s crust is _______.

Objective Type Questions | Q 1.3

Fill in the blank
A metal which is a liquid at room temperature is _______.

Objective Type Questions | Q 1.4

Fill in the blank
The most abundant element in the atmosphere is  _______.

Objective Type Questions | Q 1.5

Fill in the blank
A metal which is a poor conductor of electricity is  _______.

Objective Type Questions | Q 1.6

Fill in the blank
A diatomic gaseous element is _______.

Objective Type Questions | Q 1.7

Fill in the blank
A liquid non-metal is  _______.

Objective Type Questions | Q 2

Match the Columns:

  Column A   Column B
(a) Metals (i) Non-Reactive
(b) Molecules (ii) Brittle
(c) Non-Metals (iii) Lustrous
(d) Noble Gases (iv) Smallest unit of Compound

 

Objective Type Questions | Q 3.1

Indicate whether the following statement is true or false:
A compound is made up of just one kind of atom

  • True

  • False

Objective Type Questions | Q 3.2

Indicate whether the following statement is true or false:
Metals reflect light and are good conductors of electricity

  • True

  • False

Objective Type Questions | Q 3.3

Indicate whether the following statement is true or false:
Metals can be polished.

  • True

  • False

Objective Type Questions | Q 3.4

Indicate whether the following statement is true or false:
Elements are made up of compounds

  • True

  • False

Objective Type Questions | Q 3.5

Indicate whether the following statement is true or false:
All elements are artificially prepared

  • True

  • False

Objective Type Questions | Q 3.6

Indicate whether the following statement is true or false:
Molecules can exist independently.

  • True

  • False

Objective Type Questions | Q 3.7

Indicate whether the following statement is true or false:
Molecules combine to form atoms

  • True

  • False

Objective Type Questions | Q 3.8

Indicate whether the following statement is true or false:
Noble gases are high reactive

  • True

  • False

Objective Type Questions | Q 3.9

Indicate whether the following statement is true or false:
Ozone is a triatomic molecule

  • True

  • False

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Selina solutions for Class 6 Selina Concise Chemistry Chapter 4 Elements, Compounds, Symbols And Formulae Multiple Choice Questions [Page undefined]

Multiple Choice Questions | Q 1

Tick (√) the correct alternative from the choice given for the following statement.
All pure substances have

  • the same physical state

  • the same colour

  • the same composition

  • a definite set of properties

Multiple Choice Questions | Q 2

Tick (√) the correct alternative from the choice given for the following statement.
Sugar is a compound which consists of the elements

  • carbon and hydrogen

  • hydrogen and oxygen

  • carbon, hydrogen and oxygen

  • hydrogen, carbon and sulphur

Multiple Choice Questions | Q 3

Tick (√) the correct alternative from the choice given for the following statement.
Atoms of different kinds combine to form molecules of

  • an element

  • a compound

  • a mixture

  • all of the above

Multiple Choice Questions | Q 4

Tick (√) the correct alternative from the choice given for the following statement.
Sulphur and carbon are

  • metals

  • non-metals

  • metalloids

  • noble gases

Multiple Choice Questions | Q 5

Tick (√) the correct alternative from the choice given for the following statement.
Gold is used to make jewellery because

  • it is dull

  • lustrous and attractive

  • highly reactive

  • very cheap

Multiple Choice Questions | Q 6

Tick (√) the correct alternative from the choice given for the following statement.
The most abundant elements in the universe are

  • neon and argon

  • hydrogen and helium

  • aluminium and copper

  • oxygen and nitrogen

Multiple Choice Questions | Q 7

Tick (√) the correct alternative from the choice given for the following statement.
The compound used as common salt is

  • sodium chloride

  • calcium chloride

  • sodium oxide

  • hydrogen chloride

Multiple Choice Questions | Q 8

Tick (√) the correct alternative from the choice given for the following statement.
Brass and bronze are

  • elements

  • mixtures

  • compounds

  • all of the above

Multiple Choice Questions | Q 9

Tick (√) the correct alternative from the choice given for the following statement.
Sand is a compound of

  • silicon and nitrogen

  • silicon and oxygen

  • oxygen and sulphur

  • none of the above

Multiple Choice Questions | Q 10.1

Tick (√) the correct alternative from the choice given for the following statement

A metal which is brittle

  • oxygen

  • diamond

  • zinc

Multiple Choice Questions | Q 10.2

Tick (√) the correct alternative from the choice given for the following statement

A non-metal which is a good conductor of electricity.

  • oxygen

  • diamond

  • zinc

  • graphite

  • gold

Multiple Choice Questions | Q 10.3

Tick (√) the correct alternative from the choice given for the following statement

The hardest naturally occurring substance

  • Oxygen

  • Diamond

  • Zinc

  • Graphite

  • Gold

Multiple Choice Questions | Q 10.4

Tick (√) the correct alternative from the choice given for the following statement

The most ductile metal.

  • Oxygen

  • Diamond

  • Zinc

  • Graphite

  • Gold

Multiple Choice Questions | Q 10.5

Tick (√) the correct alternative from the choice given for the following statement

A gaseous non-metal.

  • Oxygen

  • Diamond

  • Zinc

  • Graphite

  • Gold

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Selina solutions for Class 6 Selina Concise Chemistry Chapter 4 Elements, Compounds, Symbols And Formulae Additional Questions For Practice [Page undefined]

Additional Questions For Practice | Q 1

Classify substances into pure and impure substances in the form of a chart or tabulation.

Additional Questions For Practice | Q 2

Differentiate between the terms –
elements, compounds & mixtures.

Additional Questions For Practice | Q 3.1

The important physical properties of substances are colour, odour, nature, density & solubility in water.
Name – two coloured gases (with their colours)

Additional Questions For Practice | Q 3.2

The important physical properties of substances are colour, odour, nature, density & solubility in water.

Name – a gas with a pungent, choking odour which is lighter than air

Additional Questions For Practice | Q 3.3

The important physical properties of substances are colour, odour, nature, density & solubility in water.

Name - a poisonous gas almost as heavy as air.

Additional Questions For Practice | Q 4

Complete the statement – an element is a pure substance made up of ____________ atoms.

  • identical

  • different

Additional Questions For Practice | Q 5

Draw a labelled diagram of an atom including its nucleus, orbits & their contents.

Additional Questions For Practice | Q 6

Elements are classified into – Metals – Non-metals – Metalloids – Noble gases. State which of A, B, C, D is a –

1. Metallic element
2. Non-metallic element
3. Metalloid
4. Noble gas.

A: Is non-malleable, non-ductile & a poor conductor of electricity ___________
B: Has lustre, is malleable and ductile & a good conductor of heat ___________
C: Is unreactive and inert and present in traces in the air _________
D: Shows properties of both metals and non-metals ___________

Q 7.1

An atom of an element is denoted by a “symbol”. Explain the meaning of the term ‘symbol’. State a reason for representing the following element by its symbol.

Hydrogen by ‘H’

Q 7.2

An atom of an element is denoted by a “symbol” Explain the meaning of the term ‘symbol’. State a reason for representing the following element by its symbol.

Helium by ‘He’

Q 7.3

An atom of an element is denoted by a “symbol” Explain the meaning of the term ‘symbol’. State a reason for representing the following element by its symbol.

Copper by ‘Cu’

Q 8

Match the metallic elements – with their correct symbols Metallic elements

Metallic elements Symbol
(a) Potassium (1) Ca
(b) Sodium (2) Zn
(c) Calcium (3) Pb
(d) Magnesium (4) Hg
(e) Zinc (5) Cu
(f) Aluminum (6) Au
(g) Iron (7) K
(h) Lead (8) Fe
(i) Copper (9) Al
(j) Mercury (10) Na
(k) Silver (11) Mg
(l) Platinum (12) Pt
(m) Gold (13) Ag
Q 9

Match the non-metallic elements – with their correct symbols. Non-metallic elements are:

Non-Metallic elements Symbol
(a) Carbon (1) O
(b) Chlorine (2) I
(c) Oxygen (3) Si
(d) Phosphorus (4) C
(e) Hydrogen (5) Cl
(f) Nitrogen (6) P
(g) Iodine (7) F
(h) Bromine (8) H
(i) Fluorine (9) S
(j) Silicon (10) Br
(k) Sulphur (11) N
Q 10

Match the noble gases – with their correct symbols:

Noble gases Symbols
(a) Helium (1) Ar 
(b) Neon (2) Xe 
(c) Argon (3) Rn 
(d) Krypton (4) He 
(e) Xenon (5) Kr 
(f) Radon (6) Ne
Q 11

Give a reason why elements are tabulated in a table called the ‘Periodic table’.

Q 12

Give the names and symbols of the first twenty elements of the periodic table. Differentiate them into metals, non-metals, metalloids, and noble gases

Q 13

Explain the term – molecules. Give three examples of atoms of the same element forming a molecule. State the atomicity of the same.

Q 14.1

Give one example of a triatomic molecule

Q 14.2

Give one example of a polyatomic molecule.

Q 15.1

Explain the term compounds.

Q 15.2

Give the example of a compound containing hydrogen and oxygen.

Q 15.2

Give the example of a compound containing carbon and oxygen.

Q 15.2

Give the example of a compound containing nitrogen and oxygen.

Q 15.2

Give the example of a compound containing calcium and oxygen.

Q 16

State two characteristics of water which prove that it is a – compound.

Q 17.1

Explain the terms ‘chemical formula’.

Q 17.2

State what a chemical formula denotes.

Q 18

Give the symbol and the number of atoms of the following elements present in sodium chloride.

Q 18.2

Give the symbol and the number of atoms of the following elements present in water.

Q 18.3

Give the symbol and the number of atoms of the following elements present in carbon dioxide.

Q 18.4

Give the symbol and the number of atoms of the following elements present in zinc chloride.

Q 19

For writing a chemical formula – ‘symbols’ and combining capacity of an element with hydrogen i.e. ‘valency’ should be known. Explain the term – combining the capacity of an element i.e. valency.

Q 20.1

State what are radicals. Give the names of the radicals –

(a) NO3
(b) OH
(c) SO4
(d) CO3

Q 20.2

Give the name of the radical - NO3

Q 20.2

Give the name of the radical - OH

Q 20.2

Give the name of the radical - SO4

Q 20.2

Give the name of the radical - CO3

Q 21

Match the symbols of metallic elements – with their correct combining power or capacity.

(a) K
(b) Zn
(c) Al
(d) Na
(e) Ca
Combining power or capacity – A : 3 ; B : 2 ; C : 1. (positive valencies)

Q 22

Match the symbols of non-metallic elements with their correct combining power or capacity.

(a) O
(b) S
(c) Cl

Combining power or capacity A : 3; B : 2; C : 1. (negative valencies)

Q 23

Match the symbols of – radicals – with their correct combining power or capacity, (valency).

(a) OH
(b) So4
(c) No3
(d) Co3

Combining power or capacity – A : 3; B : 2; C : 1. (negative valencies)

Q 24.1

Write the formula of the compound formed – given symbols and combining power or capacity (valency) of the following element in the compound.

K1+ Cl1-

Q 24.2

Write the formula of the compound formed – given symbols and combining power or capacity (valency) of the following element in the compound.

Na1+ Cl1-

Q 24.3

Write the formula of the compound formed – given symbols and combining power or capacity (valency) of the following element in the compound.

Ca2+ NO31-

Additional Questions For Practice | Q 25

Match the formulas of the following gases with their correct names :

Gases - (a) H2 (b) N2 (c) O2 (d) Cl2 (e) HCI (f) NH3 (g) CO (h) CO2 (i) SO2 (j) NO (k) NO2.

Names:

(1) Ammonia (2) Nitrogen Dioxide (3) Oxygen (4) Hydrogen (5) Nitrogen (6) Chlorine (7) Carbon Monoxide (8) Sulphur Dioxide (9) Nitrogen Monoxide (10) Carbon Dioxide (11) Hydrogen Chloride

Additional Questions For Practice | Q 26

Match the formulas of the following of acids with their correct names:
Acids – (a) HCI (b) HNO3 (c) H2SO4 (d) H2CO3
Names – (1) Carbonic acid (2) Sulphuric acid (3) Hydrochloric acid (4) Nitric acid

Additional Questions For Practice | Q 27

Match the formulas of the following of bases with their correct names.

Bases – (a) NaOH (b) KOH (c) Ca(OH)2 (d) Zn(OH)2

Names – (1) Potassium hydroxide (2) Zinc hydroxide (3) Aluminium hydroxide (4) Calcium hydroxide (5) Sodium hydroxide

Additional Questions For Practice | Q 28.1

Complete the statement with the correct words.
Acid’s are chemicals which are _____ in taste and derived from plants and ________.

Additional Questions For Practice | Q 28.2

Complete the statement with the correct words.
_______  are chemicals which are hydroxide (or oxides) of  ______  eg. sodium hydroxide.

Additional Questions For Practice | Q 28.3

Complete the statement with the correct words.
__________ are chemicals formed on reaction of a base with an _____ giving salt and water.

Additional Questions For Practice | Q 29

In the chemical word equation –

Zinc + Sulphuric acid → Zinc sulphate + Hydrogen.

State the reactants and products of the above reaction. What does the arrow indicate?

Additional Questions For Practice | Q 29

In the chemical word equation – Zinc + Sulphuric acid → Zinc sulphate + Hydrogen

The molecular equation is :

Zn + H2SO4 → ZnSO4 + H2[g].

State what [g] represents.

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Selina solutions for Class 6 Selina Concise Chemistry Chapter 4 Elements, Compounds, Symbols And Formulae Objective Type Questions [Page undefined]

Objective Type Questions | Q 1.1

Complete the statement given below by filling in the blank with the correct word.
An element is a pure substance which cannot be broken down by physical or _________ methods.

Objective Type Questions | Q 1.2

Complete the statement given below by filling in the blank with the correct word.

The basic unit of an element is an __________.

Objective Type Questions | Q 1.3

Complete the statement given below by filling in the blanks with the correct words.
Atom contains ________ , with positively charged _____.

Objective Type Questions | Q 1.4

Complete the statement given below by filling in the blank with the correct word.
Element ______ has the symbol derived from its Latin name ‘Argentum’

Objective Type Questions | Q 1.5

Complete the statement given below by filling in the blanks with the correct words.
From the elements – He, Br, Pt, and O; the element which is metallic is ____, an inert element is ____, forms a triatomic molecule is ____, is liquid at room temperature is_ ___.

Objective Type Questions | Q 1.6

Complete the statement given below by filling in the blank with the correct word.
From the elements nitrogen, chlorine, bromine, the element present in the atmosphere is ________.

Objective Type Questions | Q 2

Match the statements in List I – 1 to 10 correct answers in List II-A to J.

  List I   LIst II
1 Fluorine and chlorine A Nitrogen
2 A diatomic molecule B Boron
3 A molecule containing the elements hydrogen and oxygen. C Reactants
4 A metalloid - showing properties of both metals and non-metals. D Chemical Formula
5 The term used for the substances which take part in the chemical reaction E Halogens
6 The term represents a  substance by means of symbols. F Water
7 The term used for the substances formed as a result of a chemical reaction G Nitric Acid
8 A compound containing one atom of zinc and two atoms of chlorine. H Products
9 The chemical name for nitrogen monoxide. I Phosphorus
10 A polyatomic molecule. J Zinc Chloride

 

Objective Type Questions | Q 3.01

Select the correct answer from the choice given below.
The symbol of mercury is

  • Mg

  • Hg

  • Ag

Objective Type Questions | Q 3.02

Select the correct answer from the choice given below.

The type of element-phosphorus

  • metallic

  • non-metallic

  •  noble gas

Objective Type Questions | Q 3.03

Select the correct answer from the choice given below.
The type of molecule- bromine

  • monoatomic

  • diatomic

  • triatomic

Objective Type Questions | Q 3.04

Select the correct answer from the choice given below.
A compound

  • nitrogen

  • ozone

  • zinc chloride

Objective Type Questions | Q 3.05

Select the correct answer from the choice given below.
The unreactive non-metallic element

  • chlorine

  • argon

  • sulphur

Objective Type Questions | Q 3.06

Select the correct answer from the choice given below.
The negatively charged particles in an atom

  • protons

  • neutrons

  • electrons

Objective Type Questions | Q 3.07

Select the correct answer from the choice given below.
The element which is malleable

  • sulphur

  • carbon

  • iron

Objective Type Questions | Q 3.08

Select the correct answer from the choice given below.
An impure substance

  • element

  • mixture

  • compound

Objective Type Questions | Q 3.09

Select the correct answer from the choice given below.
An element which is a poor conductor of heat

  • copper

  • carbon

  • aluminum

Objective Type Questions | Q 3.1

Select the correct answer from the choice given below.
A group of atoms of elements

  • ion

  • radical

  • combining power

Objective Type Questions | Q 4

Match the compounds in List I – 1 to 20 with their correct formulas from in List II-A to T.

  List I   List II
1 Hydrochloric acid A NaCI
2 Potassium Hydroxide B NaOH
3 Sulphuric Acid C KCI
4 Zinc Hydroxide D Ca(OH)2
5 Sodium Chloride E CaS
6 Nitric Acid F CuSO4
7 Calcium Hydroxide G CaCO3
8 Carbonic Acid H NH4CI
9 Sodium hydroxide I HCI
10 Copper sulphate J ZnO
11 Potassium Chloride K HNO3
12 Calcium Carbonate L H2CO3
13 Magnesium Sulphide M MgS
14 Zinc Sulphate N MgO
15 aluminium Hydroxide O KOH
16 Sodium Carbonate P ZnSO4
17 Calcium Sulphide Q Na2CO3
18 Magnesium Oxide R H2SO4
19 Zinc Oxide S AI(OH)3
20 Ammonium Chloride T Zn(OH)2

 

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