CBSE Class 10 Science Chemistry Different Types of Chemical Reactions Assignment

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Different Types Of Chemical Reactions Class 10 Chemistry Assignment Pdf

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Class 10 Chemistry Assignment for Different Types Of Chemical Reactions

CBSE Class 10 Science Chemistry Different Types of Chemical Reactions Assignment. Students are advised to refer to the attached assignments and practice them regularly. This will help them to identify their weak areas and will help them to score better in examination. Parents should download and give the assignments to their children for practice.

 

Combination reaction

Objectives: To study the Combination reaction of Quick lime (CaO) in water

 

Requirements: CaO, water, beaker, thermometer, stirrer, etc.

 

Points to remember:

1. CaO is a white powder

2. It reacts with water to form slaked lime [Ca(OH)2]

3. This process is called slaking of lime

4. Slaked lime is a suspension of Ca(OH)2 in water.

5. Clear solution of Ca(OH)2 in water is known as lime water

6. Slaking of lime is an exothermic reaction releasing a lot of heat energy.

7. CaO(s) + H2O(l) →Ca(OH)2(s/aq)

 

Procedure:

1. Take about 50 ml of water is a beaker and note its temperature and record as T1C

2. Add 2 spatula of CaO to it.

3. Stir well

4. Note the temperature again and record the same as T2C

5. Compare the temperature. (Which is greater? T1 or T2?)

 

Observations:

1. Initial temperature: T1C = ………….C

2. Final Temperature: T2C = ………… C

 

Result: Reaction between CaO and water is an example of combination reaction and it is an exothermic combination reaction.

 

Preacautions:

1. Water used may boil due to chemical reaction and hence touching the hot beaker with bare hand should be avoided.

2. Use goggles and lab coat

3. Hg thermometer should be handled with care.

 

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