What are the different chemical compounds and their uses?

What are the different chemical compounds and their uses?

Use of Chemical Compound

  • Sodium fluoride (NaF) in toothpaste.
  • Sodium lauryl sulphate (C12H25SO4Na) in soap.
  • Sucrose (C12H22O11) in foods.
  • Titanium dioxide (TiO2) as white pigment in paint.
  • Vinegar (CH3COOH, acetic acid; ethanoic acid) in foods.
  • Sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) in bleach.
  • Sodium nitrate (NaNO3) in fertiliser.

What are the 10 examples of compounds?

What are the 10 examples of compound?

  • C2H6O: Alcohol. NaCl: Salt. C2H6O: Ethanol. C2H4O2: Vinegar. NH3: Ammonia. C2H4O2: Acetic Acid. C4H10: Butane.
  • H2SO4 : Sulfuric Acid. CH4: Methane.
  • C12H22O11: Sucrose. C3H8: Propane.
  • NaHCO3: Baking Soda. N2O: Nitrogen. C6H8O7: Citric Acid. C8H18: Octane. C10H16O: Camphor.

What are the common names of chemical compounds?

The given below table consists of the common names of important chemical compounds, their chemical formula and uses. The list has been prepared after a thorough analysis of previous year papers in which questions related to this topic were asked.

How are chemical formulas used in everyday life?

Chemical formulae provide a way to represent any chemical substance using the symbol of the elements present in it. Provided below is a list of the chemical formulas of some common chemical compounds (along with their molecular weights).

Which is the most important chemical compound in the world?

Important Chemical Compounds List and their Formulas Sl. No. Compound name 1 Acetic acid 2 Hydrochloric acid 3 Sulfuric acid 4 Acetate

Why do we need to know the formulas of chemical compounds?

A chemical formula reflects a lot of information about the chemical substance it represents such as how many and what atoms they are made of as well as the way the atoms are arranged. Now let us have a look at the common names and formulas of some important chemical compounds.