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General Preparation of Salts

Salts are generally ionic compounds formed by the reaction of an acid with a base. The preparation of these salts involves the treating of different metals and non-metals and their compounds with various acids, bases etc. However, some of them can be prepared by direct combination of the concerned elements or also by indirect routes.

 

 Insoluble Salts by Precipitation

Precipitation is the reaction in which a solid is formed by the action between two or more fluids, e.g., calcium carbonate is precipitated when carbon dioxide is passed through limewater.

 

See also:

BONDING IN METALS

INTERMOLECULAR BONDING – VAN DER WAALS FORCES

THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF SILICON DIOXIDE

THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF GRAPHITE

THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF DIAMOND

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