Chemistry is a huge part of our everyday lives. The day starts with Chemistry. In the foods we eat, the air we breathe, cleaning chemicals, our feelings and practically any surface that we can see or touch, we can find chemistry in daily life. Here's a look at daily chemical examples. Some popular chemistry may be obvious but we might be shocked by others. Our body is composed of chemical compounds which are element combinations. The emotions you experience are a result of chemical messengers, primarily neurotransmitters. In chemistry, love, jealousy, envy, infatuation and infidelity all share a foundation.
We can be sure that the culprit is everyday chemistry. Soap is a chemical produced for a very long time by humans. Mixing ashes and animal fat allows you to form crude soap. How can something so disgusting actually clean you up? The answer is related to the way soap interacts with grease and grime based on oil. The talk also includes food, beverages, lactose intolerance, smoking and sleep chemistry.
Vedantu subject matter experts have established Class 12th chapter wise practice questions as per the importance of the chapter in the CBSE board examination. This practice set contains 10 questions on Chemistry's "Chapter: Chemistry in Everyday Life" with detailed explanations.
1. Among the following options which are used as tranquilizers?
2. Select antihistamine among the following four options?
(b) Diphenyl hydramine
3. Which of the following cationic detergents?
(a) Sodium lauryl sulphate.
(b) Cetyl trimethyl ammonium bromide.
(c) Sodium dodecyl benzene sulphonate.
(d) Glyceryl oleate
4. The artificial sweetener that contains chlorine that has the look and taste of sugar and is stable temperature for cooking:
5.Narcotic analgesic is
6. Bactericidal antibiotic among the following is
7. Which of the following is not an antacid?
1. The class of medicinal products used to treat stress is:
2. Salts of sorbic acid and propionic acid are used as:
B) Falvouring agents
C) Food preservatives
D) Nutritional supplements
3. Chlorine - containing artificial sweetener that looks and tastes like sugar and is stable at cooking temperature:
4. Aspirin is:
A) Acetylsalicylic acid
B) Benzoyl salicylic acid
C) Chlorobenzoic acid
D) Anthranilic acid
5. The carboxyl functional group (―COOH) is present in which following element:
A) Picric acid
B) Barbituric acid
C) Ascorbic acid
6. In hair conditioners the organic detergent used is:
A) Sodium dodecylbenzene sulphonate
B) cetyltrimethylammonium bromide
C) tetramethylammonium chloride
D) sodium stearyl sulphate
1. The only material that can be 100 percent recycled……………….
2. Which of the following is a plastic thermosetter………………..
3. Select a thermoplastic material from following………………….
Handles of Pressure cooker
4. A properly proportioned mixture of sand , cement, gravel and water is named..................