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CBSE TEST PAPER-02

CLASS - X (Chemical Reactions and equations)

[ANSWERS]
Ans01. (c)
Ans02. (d)
Ans03. (a)
Ans04. (b)
Ans05. (b)

Ans06. (i) Decomposition reaction


(ii) Double displacement reaction

Ans07. Silver do not evolve hydrogen on reacting with dil. H2SO4 as silver is less reactive
metal than hydrogen.

Ans08. Diamond and graphite are the two allotropes of carbon but they do not evolve same
amount of heat on combustion because they differ in the arrangement of carbon
atoms and also their shapes one different.

Ans09. The oxidizing agent supply the oxygen in a reaction or it removes the hydrogen.

Ans10. (a) The process of slow eating of the surface of metal iron when exposed to air for a
longer period of time is called rusting.
(b) We apply paint on iron articles because it forms a protective coating on the
surface of iron and we can protect it against rusting.

Ans11. (i) 2 KBr (aq ) + BaI 2 (aq ) → 2 KI (aq ) + BaBr2 (aq )

(ii) ZnCO3 ( s ) → ZnO( s ) + CO2 ( g )

(iii) H 2 ( g ) + Cl2 ( g ) → 2 HCl ( g )

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Ans12. (i) Zn + 2 H + → Zn 2 + + H 2

(ii) The half ionic equations are-


Zn → Zn 2 + + 2e −
2 H + 2e − → H 2

(iii) The first half represents oxidation since these is loss of electrons and second
half represents reduction as there is gain of electrons.

Ans13. A neutralization reaction is the chemical reaction between an acid and base
dissolved in water
For eg → KOH (aq ) + HNO3 (aq ) → KNO3 (aq ) + H 2O(aq )

It is called neutralization reaction because both KNO3 and H 2O formed as the

products, are neutral in nature.

Ans14. (i) BaCl2 (aq ) + CuSo4 (aq ) → BaSo4 ( s ) + CuCl2 (aq )

(ii) 2Cu ( s ) + O2 ( g ) → 2CuO( s )

(iii) 2 FeSO4 ( s )  
heat
→ Fe2O3 + SO2 + SO3

(iv) FeSO4 .7 H 2O  
heat
→ Fe2 SO3 ( s ) + 7 H 2O

(v) CaO( s ) + H 2O → Ca (OH )2 ( s ) + Heat

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