. Define the following and give two examples in each case
Define the following and give two examples in each case: (a) a normal salt, (b) an acid salt, (c) a mixed salt.
(a) A normal salt: Normal salts are the salts formed by the complete replacement of the ionizable hydrogen atoms of an acid by a metallic or an ammonium ion.
(b) An acidic salt: Acid salts are formed by the partial replacement of the ionizable hydrogen atoms of a polybasic acid by a metal or an ammonium ion.
(c) A mixed salt: Mixed salts are those salts that contain more than one basic or acid radical.
(a) A Normal salt: Na2SO4, NaCl
(b) An acid salt: NaHSO4, Na2HPO4
(c) A mixed salt: NaKCO3, CaOCl2