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Ncert Solution Class 12 Chemistry Chapter 16


Class12th 
Chapter No16
ProvidingQuestions And Answers, Notes & Numericals PDF
Chapter NameChemistry in Everyday Life
BoardCBSE
Book NCERT
SubjectChemistry
Medium English
Study MaterialsFree VVI Study Materials are Available
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Chapter 16 | Chemistry in Everyday Life


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1. Drugs are chemicals of low molecular masses that interact with macromolecular targets and produce a biological response. 

2. Medicines are drugs that produce a therapeutic and practical biological response.

3. Chemotherapy is the use of chemicals for the treatment of a disease.

4. Drugs are classified based on

  • (a) pharmacological effect, 
  • (b) drug action
  • (c) chemical structure 
  • (d) molecular targets 
  • 5. Enzymes are the proteins that catalyse biochemical reactions. 

6. Receptors are the proteins crucial to the body’s communication process. 

7. Analgesics are drugs that reduce or abolish pain without causing impairment of consciousness, mental confusion or any disturbance in the nervous system.

8. Tranquillisers are used to treat stress or depression by inducing a sense of well-being.

9. Antiseptics are chemicals that check/kill microorganisms without causing harm to living tissues. These are used externally on the skin. 

10. Antibiotics are used to destroy microorganisms. e.g., penicillin, chloramphenicol etc. 

11. Broad-spectrum antibiotics and narrow-spectrum antibiotics are the two categories of antibiotics based on their operating range. 

12. Artificial sweeteners reduce calorie intake in the body and are useful for diabetic patients.

13. Soaps cannot work with hard water but synthetic detergents can do so.

14. Synthetic detergents can be made biodegradable by reducing the branching in their structure. 

15. Anionic, cationic and non-ionic are the three categories of synthetic detergents.


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