The ICSE Class 10 subjects are specifically designed to encourage “learning by enjoying” as a method of knowledge transfer for the students. The syllabus is divided into three groups. The required subjects are in Group 1, any two subjects are allowed in Group 2, and any single subject is allowed in Group 3. View them below.

Chapter-1 Periodic Properties Physical and Chemical

In this chapter, terms like atomic size, metallic or non-metallic character, ionization potential, electron affinity, electronegativity, etc. are explained along with periodicity and periodic properties. Diagrams may be used to further illustrate the periodicity related to nuclear changes and shells.

Chapter-2 Chemical Bonding

This chapter briefly discusses the definitions, traits, and examples of the three different kinds of chemical bonds—electron-valent, covalent, and coordinate. Also thoroughly explained are electron dot structure and orbit structure.

Chapter-3 Study of Acids, Bases, and Salts

In this chapter, which is entirely devoted to the study of the molecule and its characteristic properties, the terms mineral acids, salts, alkalis, acidity, and alkalinity, as well as various types of salts, as well as their respective formations, structures, and properties, are all clearly explained.

Chapter-4 Analytical Chemistry

Due to its extensive experimental nature and the numerous chemical reactions it involves, this chapter demands a great deal of practice and a thorough understanding of the concepts. Color changes, salt solutions, the effects of specific metals, their oxides, and hydroxides on alkalis, as well as the effects of ammonium and sodium hydroxides on salt solutions, are just a few of the important topics covered in this chapter.

Chapter-6 Electrolysis

The definitions and distinctions between an electrolyte and a non-electrolyte, as well as between substances containing molecules, ions, or both molecules and ions, are discussed in this chapter using terms like cathode, anode, anion, cation, electrolysis, oxidation, reduction, etc. Additional important topics covered in this chapter include the tendency of metals, applications for electrolysis, and the typical electrolysis experiment.

Chapter-7 Metallurgy

This chapter covers a variety of fascinating subjects, including the extraction of aluminum, natural metals in nature, alloys, their composition and applications, and the Hall Heroult process. Each topic is thoroughly explained with examples and visual aids to make it easier to understand.

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