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Chapter 7: Air and Atmosphere

Exercise IExercise IIObjective type questionsMultiple choice questionsAdditional questionsAdditional objective type questions

Selina solutions for Concise Chemistry Class 7 ICSE Chapter 7 Air and Atmosphere Exercise Exercise I

Exercise I | Q 1.1

Give one use for  the following inert gases :

 argon

Exercise I | Q 1.2

Give one use for the following inert gase :

helium

Exercise I | Q 1.3

Give one use for the following inert gase :

neon

Exercise I | Q 1.4

Give one use for the following inert gase :

radon

Exercise I | Q 1.5

Give one use for  the following inert gase :

krypton

Exercise I | Q 1.6

Give one use for the following inert gase :

xenon

Exercise I | Q 2.1

Answer the question put against the following constituents of air:

Nitrogen : Explain its significance for plants and animals.

Exercise I | Q 2.2

Answer the question put against the following constituents of air :

Oxygen : What is the percentage proportion of oxygen in air ? Why is oxygen called active air.

Exercise I | Q 2.3

Answer the question put against the following constituents of air :

Carbon dioxide : “Although carbon dioxide plays no role in respiration, all life would come to an end if there is no carbon dioxide in air.” Support this statement with relevant facts.

Exercise I | Q 2.4

Answer the question put against the following constituents of air :

Water vapours : Explain their role in modifying the earth’s climate.

Exercise I | Q 3.1

Define the term pollutants.

Exercise I | Q 3.2

Define the term acid rain.

Exercise I | Q 3.3

Define the term Global warming.

Exercise I | Q 3.4

Define the term smog.

Exercise I | Q 4

“Air is a mixture”. Support this statement citing at least three evidences.

Exercise I | Q 5

What is air pollution ? What are the harmful effects of sulphur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide and hydrogen sulphide present in the air ?

Exercise I | Q 6.1

What are the causes of air pollution ?

Exercise I | Q 6.2

Suggest five measures to prevent air pollution.

Exercise I | Q 7.1

What is nitrogen-fixation?

Exercise I | Q 7.2

What are the two ways in which nitrogen fixation occurs?

Exercise I | Q 7.3

Explain the conversion of nitrogen into nitrates during lightning.

Selina solutions for Concise Chemistry Class 7 ICSE Chapter 7 Air and Atmosphere Exercise Exercise II

Exercise II | Q 1.1

The most abundant element in the earth’s crust.

Exercise II | Q 1.2

A chemical called oxygenated water.

Exercise II | Q 1.3

A metal highly resistant to rusting.

Exercise II | Q 1.4

A mixture of oxygen and carbon dioxide used for artificial respiration.

Exercise II | Q 1.5

Two substances from which oxygen can be obtained at a large scale.

Exercise II | Q 1.6

An oxide and a carbonate containing oxygen.

Exercise II | Q 1.7

Two substances which undergo rapid oxidation.

Exercise II | Q 2.1

Taking hydrogen peroxide, how would you prepare oxygen in the laboratory ?

Exercise II | Q 2.2

What is the role of manganese dioxide in the preparation of oxygen?

Exercise II | Q 2.3

Write the balanced chemical equation of the manganese dioxide.

Exercise II | Q 2.4

Why is hydrogen peroxide preferred in the preparation of oxygen gas ?

Exercise II | Q 2.5

Why is oxygen collected by downward displacement of water ?

Exercise II | Q 2.6

What happens when a glowing splinter is introduced in a jar containing oxygen ?

Exercise II | Q 2.7

What happens when oxygen gas is passed through alkaline pyrogallol solution ?

Exercise II | Q 3.1

What happens when mercuric oxide is heated?

Exercise II | Q 3.2

What happens when potassium nitrate is heated 

Exercise II | Q 3.3

Why is potassium chlorate not used for laboratory preparation of oxygen ?

Exercise II | Q 4.1

What are oxides ? 

Exercise II | Q 4.2

Give two examples of metallic oxides.

Exercise II | Q 4.3

Give two examples of non-metallic oxides.

Exercise II | Q 5

Name the three types of oxidation processes. In which of these large amount of heat and light energy are produced?

Exercise II | Q 6.1

What do you observe when Sulphur is heated and then tested with moist blue and red litmus – paper?

Exercise II | Q 6.2

What do you observe when Phosphorus is heated and then tested with moist blue and red litmus – paper?

Exercise II | Q 6.3

What do you observe when Calcium is heated and then tested with moist blue and red litmus – paper?

Exercise II | Q 6.4

What do you observe when Magnesium is heated and then tested with moist blue and red litmus – paper?

Exercise II | Q 7.1

Complete and balance the following chemical equation.

\[\ce{KNO3 ->[heat]KNO2 +}\] _____

Exercise II | Q 7.2

Complete and balance the following chemical equation.

\[\ce{KClO3 ->[heat]  ??   + O2}\]

Exercise II | Q 7.3

Complete and balance the following chemical equation.

\[\ce{HgO ->[heat]}\] ______ + _______

Exercise II | Q 7.4

Complete and balance the following chemical equation.

CaO + H2O → ____________

Exercise II | Q 8.1

Give four uses of oxygen.

Exercise II | Q 8.2

How is oxygen naturally renewed in air ?

Exercise II | Q 9.1

What is rust ?

Exercise II | Q 9.2

State at least two ways of prevent rusting.

Exercise II | Q 10

State two differences between:

Rusting and burning.

Selina solutions for Concise Chemistry Class 7 ICSE Chapter 7 Air and Atmosphere Exercise Objective type questions

Objective type questions | Q 1.1

Fill in the blank : 

________ is the most abundant inert gas present in air.

Objective type questions | Q 1.2

Fill in the blanks :

Oxides of sulphur and nitrogen combine with rain water to form ___________ and _________ which cause ____________.

Objective type questions | Q 1.3

Fill in the blanks :

_______ and ______ are the most common air pollutants.

Objective type questions | Q 1.4

Fill in the blank :

____________ discovered the oxygen gas.

Objective type questions | Q 1.5

Fill in the blank :

Oxygen occupies about _____% of air by volume.

Objective type questions | Q 2

Match the following :

Column A Column B
(a) Global warming 1. Hydrated ferric oxide
(b) Acid rain  2. Manganese dioxide
(c) Rust 3. Carbon dioxide
(d) Catalyst 4. Methane
(e) Photosynthesis 5. Nitrogen Dioxide

Selina solutions for Concise Chemistry Class 7 ICSE Chapter 7 Air and Atmosphere Exercise Multiple choice questions

Multiple choice questions | Q 1.1

A fuel when used releases least amount of pollutants in the air.

  • sulphur dioxide

  • chlorofluorocarbon

  • smoke

  • CNG

Multiple choice questions | Q 1.2

The natural way of adding oxygen to air which involves green plants is called

  • photosynthesis

  • respiration

  • burning

  • dissolution

Multiple choice questions | Q 1.3

Which one of the following is most likely to be corroded?

  • a stainless steel cup-board

  • a galvanised iron bucket

  • an iron hammer

  • a tin plated iron box

Multiple choice questions | Q 1.4

The process by which oxidation of food in our body takes place is

  • photosynthesis

  • respiration

  • decomposition

  • combustion

Selina solutions for Concise Chemistry Class 7 ICSE Chapter 7 Air and Atmosphere Exercise Additional questions

Additional questions | Q 1

What was the ancient belief regarding the nature of matter ?

Additional questions | Q 2

Name the main components of air.

Additional questions | Q 3

Mention the contribution of the following scientists :

  1. Antoine Lavoisier
  2. Robert Boyle
  3. Joseph Priestley
  4. Sir W. Ramsay
Additional questions | Q 4

State three uses of water vapour in the air.

Additional questions | Q 5

State one method by which :

  1. Oxygen is added to air
  2. Carbon dioxide is added to air
  3. Oxygen is removed from the air
  4. Carbon dioxide is removed from the air
Additional questions | Q 6

Describe a simple experiment to show that l/5th of air is oxygen.

Additional questions | Q 7

Give reasons to support the fact that air is a mixture.

Additional questions | Q 8

Name the products formed when a candle burns in air.

Selina solutions for Concise Chemistry Class 7 ICSE Chapter 7 Air and Atmosphere Exercise Additional objective type questions

Additional objective type questions | Q 1.1

Fill in the blank by choosing the correct word from the given list.

List: oxygen, carbonic, suIphur dioxide gas, precipitation, helium

____________ gas can cause acid rain.

Additional objective type questions | Q 1.2

Fill in the blank space by choosing the correct word from the given list.

List: oxygen, carbonic, suIphur dioxide gas, precipitation, helium

Every nine parts of water by weight contains eight parts by weight of _________.

Additional objective type questions | Q 1.3

Fill in the blank space by choosing the correct word from the given list.
List: oxygen, carbonic, suIphurUioxide gas, precipitation, helium

Dust particles help in the ________ of water vapour in air.

Additional objective type questions | Q 1.4

Fill in the blank space by choosing the correct word from the given list.
List: oxygen, carbonic, suIphurUioxide gas, precipitation, helium

_______ gas is used for filling weather observation balloons.

Additional objective type questions | Q 1.5

Fill in the blank space by choosing the correct word from the given list.
List: oxygen, carbonic, suIphurUioxide gas, precipitation, helium

Solution of carbon dioxide in water is called _________ acid.

Additional objective type questions | Q 2.1

Statement given below is incorrect. Write the correct statement :

Carbon dioxide gas allows the earth to radiate out heat rapidly.

Additional objective type questions | Q 2.2

Statement given below is incorrect. Write the correct statement :

Helium gas at low pressure is used for filling electric bulbs.

Additional objective type questions | Q 2.3

Statement given below is incorrect. Write the correct statement :

Symbiotic bacteria are present in nodules of cereal plants such as wheat.

Additional objective type questions | Q 2.4

Statement given below is incorrect. Write the correct statement :

During thunder and lightning, nitrogen and oxygen combine to form nitrogen dioxide gas.

Additional objective type questions | Q 2.5

Statement given below is incorrect. Write the correct statement :

The percentage of oxygen in air by volume, varies from 21% to 22%.

Additional objective type questions | Q 3

Match the statements in Column A, with those in Column B.

Column A Column B
1. Largest Constituent of air, which dilutes the activity of oxygen.

(a) Oxygen

2. A gas used for filling weather observation balloons. (b) carbon acid
3. An acid formed by the dissolution of sulphur dioxide gas in water. (c) Sulphur acid
4. An acid formed by the dissolution of carbon dioxide in water. (d) Helium
5. A gas vital for respiration. (e) Nitrogen
Additional objective type questions | Q 4.1

Write ‘True’ or ‘False’ in front of following statement.

Atmospheric nitrogen is directly absorbed by the plants to form plant proteins.

  • True

  • False

Additional objective type questions | Q 4.2

Write ‘True’ or ‘False’ in front of following statement.

Water containing dissolved carbon dioxide can dissolve marble.

  • True

  • False

Additional objective type questions | Q 4.3

Write ‘True’ or ‘False’ in front of following statement.

Nitrogen is a gaseous non-metal essential for respiration.

  • True

  • False

Additional objective type questions | Q 4.4

Write ‘True’ or ‘False’ in front of following statement.

The area where a lot of fuel burns has more percentage of carbon dioxide.

  • True

  • False

Additional objective type questions | Q 4.5

Write ‘True’ or ‘False’ in front of following statement.

The trapping of solar heat energy in the earth’s atmosphere is called greenhouse effect.

  • True

  • False

Additional objective type questions | Q 5.1

Tick (√) the most appropriate answer.

A gas which dilutes the activity of oxygen in air is:

  • carbon dioxide

  • sulphur dioxide

  • nitrogen

  • noble gases

Additional objective type questions | Q 5.2

Tick (√) the most appropriate answer.

Symbiotic bacteria is not present in the nodules of :

  • gram plant

  • rice plant

  • sweet peas plant

  • peas plant

Additional objective type questions | Q 5.3

Tick (√) the most appropriate answer.

The presence of water vapour in air is essential for :

  • health and comfort of animals

  • rate of evaporation from plants and animals

  • growth of plants

  • all the above

Additional objective type questions | Q 5.4

Tick (√) the most appropriate answer.

Which is not a polluting gas for the air?

  • Sulphur dioxide gas

  • Nitrogen dioxide gas

  • Carbon monoxide gas

  • Neon gas

Additional objective type questions | Q 5.5

Tick (√) the most appropriate answer.

The humans pollute the air by :

  • burning a vast amount of coal

  • burning waste materials

  • using petrol and diesel vehicles

  • all the above

Selina solutions for Concise Chemistry Class 7 ICSE Chapter 7 Air and Atmosphere Exercise Additional questions

Additional questions | Q 1.1

Briefly state the importance of Oxygen.

Additional questions | Q 1.2

Briefly state the importance of Nitrogen.

Additional questions | Q 1.3

Briefly state the importance of Carbon dioxide.

Additional questions | Q 1.4

Briefly state the importance of Water vapour.

Additional questions | Q 2.1

What do you understand by the term polluted air?

Additional questions | Q 2.2

State and explain two ways by which air gets polluted in nature.

Additional questions | Q 3.1

Name and briefly explain four ways by which pollution of air is caused by humans.

Additional questions | Q 3.2

Name and briefly explain four ways by which pollution of air caused by humans is minimised.

Additional questions | Q 4.1

What is greenhouse effect?

Additional questions | Q 4.2

How is greenhouse effect produced?

Additional questions | Q 5

Discuss harmful effects of greenhouse effect.

Additional questions | Q 6

Discuss two useful applications of greenhouse effect.

Additional questions | Q 7

What is the significance of water vapour in air?

Additional questions | Q 8

Name three noble gases present in the air. State their one industrial use

Additional questions | Q 9.1

What problems are caused by the presence of dust particles in excessive amount in the air?

Additional questions | Q 9.2

What problems are caused by the presence of smoke particles in excessive amount in the air?

Additional questions | Q 9.3

What problems are caused by the presence of sulphur dioxide gas in excessive amount in the air?

Additional questions | Q 9.4

What problems are caused by the presence of  nitrogen dioxide gas in excessive amount in the air?

Additional questions | Q 9.5

What problems are caused by the presence of carbon monoxide gas in excessive amount in the air?

Additional questions | Q 9.6

What problems are caused by the presence of hydrorgen sulphide in excessive amount in the air?

Selina solutions for Concise Chemistry Class 7 ICSE Chapter 7 Air and Atmosphere Exercise Additional questions

Additional questions | Q 1.1

Fill in the blank:

_____________ discovered the oxygen gas.

Additional questions | Q 1.2

Fill in the blank:

Oxygen is slightly _________ than air.

Additional questions | Q 1.3

Fill in the blank:

Manganese dioxide acts as a _________.

Additional questions | Q 1.4

Fill in the blanks:

Oxygen is collected by the __________ displacement of ________.

Additional questions | Q 1.5

Fill in the blank:

Oxygen occupies about ______ of air by volume.

Additional questions | Q 1.6

Fill in the blank:

Oxygen is ___________ to litmus testing.

Additional questions | Q 2.1

What happens when mercuric oxide is heated ?

Additional questions | Q 2.2

What happens when potassium nitrate is heated ?

Additional questions | Q 2.3

Why is potassium chlorate is not used for laboratory preparation of oxygen ?

Additional questions | Q 3.1

What happens when Sulphur burns in oxygen ? Also give the balanced chemical equation for the reaction.

Additional questions | Q 3.2

What happens when Carbon burns in oxygen ? Also give the balanced chemical equation for the reaction.

Additional questions | Q 3.3

What happens when Phosphorus burns in oxygen ? Also give the balanced chemical equation for the reaction.

Additional questions | Q 3.4

What happens when Sodium burns in oxygen ? Also give the balanced chemical equation for the reaction.

Additional questions | Q 3.5

What happens when Magnesium burns in oxygen ? Also give the balanced chemical equation for the reaction.

Additional questions | Q 3.6

What happens when Iron burns in oxygen ? Also give the balanced chemical equation for the reaction.

Additional questions | Q 4.1

Give balanced equation to obtain oxygen from Red lead.

Additional questions | Q 4.2

Give balanced equation to obtain oxygen from Silver oxide.

Additional questions | Q 4.3

Give balanced equation to obtain oxygen from Potassium chlorate.

Additional questions | Q 4.4

Give balanced equation to obtain oxygen from Hydrogen peroxide.

Additional questions | Q 4.5

Give balanced equation to obtain oxygen from Mercuric oxide.

Additional questions | Q 4.6

Give balanced equation to obtain oxygen from Lead dioxide.

Additional questions | Q 5

State the use of manganese dioxide in the laboratory prepa-ration of oxygen from potassium chlorate.

Additional questions | Q 6

State the precautions while preparing oxygen in the labo-ratory.

Additional questions | Q 7

How will you obtain dry oxygen in the laboratory?

Additional questions | Q 8

How will you identify oxygen in the laboratory ?

Additional questions | Q 9.01

Classify Water. Also give a balanced equation to prepare it.

Additional questions | Q 9.02

Classify Carbon dioxide. Also give a balanced equation to prepare it.

Additional questions | Q 9.03

Classify Calcium oxide. Also give a balanced equation to prepare it.

Additional questions | Q 9.04

Classify Aluminium oxide. Also give a balanced equation to prepare it.

Additional questions | Q 9.05

Classify Copper oxide. Also give a balanced equation to prepare it.

Additional questions | Q 9.06

Classify Carbon monoxide. Also give a balanced equation to prepare it.

Additional questions | Q 9.07

Classify Sulphur dioxide. Also give a balanced equation to prepare it.

Additional questions | Q 9.08

Classify Phosphorus pentoxide. Also give a balanced equation to prepare it.

Additional questions | Q 9.09

Classify Nitric oxide. Also give a balanced equation to prepare it.

Additional questions | Q 9.1

Classify Magnesium oxide. Also give a balanced equation to prepare it.

Additional questions | Q 10.1

State two characteristics of Acidic oxides.

Additional questions | Q 10.2

State two characteristics of Basic oxides.

Additional questions | Q 11.1

Complete and balance the following equation

P2O5   +  H2O   →

Additional questions | Q 11.2

Complete and balance the following equation

    S   +   O2    →

Additional questions | Q 11.3

Complete and balance the following equation

\[\ce{N2 + O2 ->[3000°C]}\]

Additional questions | Q 11.4

Complete and balance the following equation

Al   +  O2   →

Additional questions | Q 11.5

Complete and balance the following equation

K2O    +    H2O   →

Additional questions | Q 11.6

Complete and balance the following equation

CaO    +    H2O    →

Selina solutions for Concise Chemistry Class 7 ICSE Chapter 7 Air and Atmosphere Exercise Additional objective type questions

Additional objective type questions | Q 1.1

Fill in the blank space by choosing the correct word from the given list.

List: sulphurous, nitric acid, red lead oxide paint, oxygen, phosphoric

Potassium nitrate crystals on heating strongly yield potassium nitrite and ________ gas.

Additional objective type questions | Q 1.2

Fill in the blank space by choosing the correct word from the given list.

List: sulphurous, nitric acid, red lead oxide paint, oxygen, phosphoric

Sulphur dioxide gas dissolves in water to form ___________ acid.

Additional objective type questions | Q 1.3

Fill in the blank space by choosing the correct word from the given list.

List: sulphurous, nitric acid, red lead oxide paint, oxygen, phosphoric

Phosphorus pentaoxide on dissolving in water forms _________ acid.

Additional objective type questions | Q 1.4

Fill in the blank space by choosing the correct word from the given list.
List: sulphurous, nitric acid, red lead oxide paint, oxygen, phosphoric

To prevent rusting, the underside of the ships is coated with __________________.

Additional objective type questions | Q 1.5

Fill in the blank space by choosing the correct word from the given list.
List: sulphurous, nitric acid, red lead oxide paint, oxygen, phosphoric

The nitric oxide gas reacts with the oxygen and water vapour to form ______ vapour.

Additional objective type questions | Q 2.1

Statement given below is incorrect. Write the correct statement :

Oxygen is prepared in laboratory by treating hydrogen oxide with manganese dioxide.

Additional objective type questions | Q 2.2

Statement given below is incorrect. Write the correct statement :

Calcium burns in oxygen with a golden-yellow flame.  

Additional objective type questions | Q 2.3

Statement given below is incorrect. Write the correct statement :

The oxygen gas turns moist blue litmus red.

Additional objective type questions | Q 2.4

Statement given below is incorrect. Write the correct statement :

Moist oxygen causes rusting in carbon.

Additional objective type questions | Q 2.5

Statement given below is incorrect. Write the correct statement :

Potassium nitrate on strong heating decomposes into potassium nitrite and nitrogen gas.

Additional objective type questions | Q 3

Match the statements in Column A, with those in Column B.

Column A Column B 
1. Largest Constituent of air, which dilutes the activity of oxygen. (a) Oxygen
2. A gas used for filling weather observeation balloons. (b) Carbonic acid
3. An acid formed by the dissolution of sulphur dioxide gas in water. (c) Sulphuric acid
4. An acid formed by the dissolution of carbon dioxide in water. (d) Helium
5. A gas vital for respiration. (e) Nitrogen
Additional objective type questions | Q 4.1

Write ‘True’ or ‘False’ in front of following statement.

The catalyst used in laboratory preparation of oxygen gas from hydrogen peroxide gas is magnesium oxide

  • True

  • False

Additional objective type questions | Q 4.2

Write ‘True’ or ‘False’ in front of following statement.

Under laboratory conditions, the oxygen gas is insoluble in water. 

  • True

  • False

Additional objective type questions | Q 4.3

Write ‘True’ or ‘False’ in front of following statement.

The rust formed on the surface of iron easily crumbles. 

  • True

  • False

Additional objective type questions | Q 4.4

Write ‘True’ or ‘False’ in front of following statement.

Enamelling is the process of baking a mixture of silicates on the surface of aluminium at a high temperature.

  • True

  • False

Additional objective type questions | Q 4.5

Write ‘True’ or ‘False’ in front of following statement.

Liquid oxygen is used for burning fuel in spaceships. 

  • True

  • False

Additional objective type questions | Q 5.1

Tick (√ ) the most appropriate answer.

The catalyst used in the preparation of oxygen from hydrogen peroxide is :

  • Magnesium oxide

  • Manganese oxide

  • Manganese dioxide

  • Manganese hydroxide

Additional objective type questions | Q 5.2

Tick (√ ) the most appropriate answer.

Sodium burns in oxygen with a flame which is :

  • brick red in colour

  • golden yellow in colour

  • blue in colour

  • crimson in colour

Additional objective type questions | Q 5.3

Tick (√ ) the most appropriate answer.

Galvanising is the process of coating iron with a layer of molten :

  • zinc

  • tin

  • copper

  • silver

Additional objective type questions | Q 5.4

Tick (√ ) the most appropriate answer.

Magnesium burns with a dazzling white flame to form magnesium oxide, a powdery mass. The colour of magnesium oxide is :

  • milk white

  • grey

  • silvery

  • yellow

Additional objective type questions | Q 5.5

Tick (√ ) the most appropriate answer.

When sulphur burns in oxygen, the colour of the flame is :

  • dazzling white

  • golden yellow

  • parrot green

  • brilliant blue

Additional objective type questions | Q 6.1

Describe your observations when potassium nitrate crystals are heated strongly in a test tube and a glowing splint is held near the mouth of test tube.

Additional objective type questions | Q 6.2

Write a fully balanced chemical equation for the decomposition of potassium nitrate crystals.

Additional objective type questions | Q 7

(a) Starting from hydrogen peroxide how is oxygen gas prepared in laboratory?
(b) What is the function of manganese dioxide?
(c) Write fully balanced equation for the liberation of oxygen from hydrogen peroxide.
(d) Why is the above method preferred to any other method?

Additional objective type questions | Q 8

State any four physical properties of oxygen gas.

Additional objective type questions | Q 9.1

Describe what you will observe and write fully balanced equation when the following is introduced in a jar of oxygen.

Red hot coal (carbon)

Additional objective type questions | Q 9.2

Describe what you will observe and write fully balanced equation when the following is introduced in a jar of oxygen.

Burning sulphur

Additional objective type questions | Q 9.3

Describe what you will observe and write fully balanced equation when the following is introduced in a jar of oxygen.

Burning sodium

Additional objective type questions | Q 9.4

Describe what you will observe and write fully balanced equation when the following is introduced in a jar of oxygen.

Burning magnesium

Additional objective type questions | Q 9.5

Describe what you will observe and write fully balanced equation when the following is introduced in a jar of oxygen.

Burning phosphorus

Additional objective type questions | Q 10.1

How will you prove that oxide formed by burning sodium is basic in nature.

Additional objective type questions | Q 10.2

How will you prove that oxide formed by sulphur is acidic in nature?

Additional objective type questions | Q 11.1

Write fully balanced equation for the following :

CO2  +  H2O  →

Additional objective type questions | Q 11.2

Write fully balanced equation for the following :

Ca(OH)2  +  CO2   →

Additional objective type questions | Q 11.3

Write fully balanced equation for the following :

SO2   +   H2O  →

Additional objective type questions | Q 11.4

Write fully balanced equation for the following :

P2O5    +   H2O   →

Additional objective type questions | Q 11.5

Write fully balanced equation for the following :

Na2O   +   H2O   →

Additional objective type questions | Q 11.6

Write fully balanced equation for the following :

MgO   +   H2O   →

Additional objective type questions | Q 12.1

State three uses of oxygen, other than artificial respiration.

Additional objective type questions | Q 12.2

Give tests for oxygen gas.

Additional objective type questions | Q 13.1

What is rust ?

Additional objective type questions | Q 13.2

What is rusting?

Additional objective type questions | Q 13.3

State two most important conditions for rusting.

Additional objective type questions | Q 13.4

State four ways of preventing rusting.

Chapter 7: Air and Atmosphere

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