ICSE Class 10 Latest Update 2022
Latest ICSE Class 10 Update 2022
the most recent ICSE Class 10 Update 2022,The ICSE Class 10 Time Table for Semester 1 for the Examinations 2022 has been made available on the official website by CISCE.
The subjects for ICSE Class 10 are specifically created to promote “learning by enjoying” as a strategy for students to transfer knowledge. The three groups make up the syllabus. Group 1 contains the required subjects. Group 2 contains a maximum of two subjects, and Group 3 contains a maximum of one subject. Look at them below.
Periodic Properties, Chapter 1 Chemical and physical
In this chapter, terms like atomic size, metallic or non-metallic character, ionisation potential, electron affinity, electronegativity, etc., along with periodicity and periodic properties, are explained. Diagrams may be used to further illustrate the periodicity related to nuclear changes and shells.
Chemical Bonding (Chapter 2)
The definitions, characteristics, and examples of the three different types of chemical bonds—electro-valent, covalent, and coordinate—are briefly covered in this chapter. The structures of the electron dot and the orbit are also thoroughly explained.
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 There are detailed explanations of the various salt types as well as their corresponding formations, structures, and properties.
Chapter-4 Analytical Chemistry
Due to its extensive experimental nature and the numerous chemical reactions it involves, this chapter demands a great deal of practise and a thorough understanding of the concepts. 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 all examples of colour changes. These are just a few of the important topics covered in this chapter.
An electrolyte and a non-electrolyte, as well as substances containing molecules, ions, or both molecules and ions, are defined and distinguished in this chapter using terms such as electrolysis, oxidation, reduction, cation, anion, cathode, etc. This chapter also includes important sections on the tendency of metals, electrolysis applications, and standard electrolysis experiments.
Metallurgy, Chapter 7
This chapter covers a variety of fascinating subjects, including the extraction of aluminium, natural metals in nature, alloys, their composition and applications, and the Hall-Heroult process. Each topic is completely explained with examples and visual aids to make it easier to understand.
Chapter 8: Compound Research [Hydrogen Chloride]
Research on compounds Physical and chemical periodic properties and their variations Chemical fusion Sodium and Ammonium Oxide in Analytical Chemistry: Salts, Acids, and Bases
Chapter-9. Study of Compounds [Ammonia]
This chapter examines the following compounds, like ammonia, in great detail. Starting with their chemical formulas, the structure, properties, reaction mechanisms, applications, and simple practise equations to solve are mentioned and discussed with examples.
Chapter-10. Study of Compounds [Nitric Acid]
This chapter examines the following substances in-depth, including nitric acid. Starting with their chemical formulas, the structure, properties, reaction mechanisms, applications, and simple practise equations to solve are mentioned and discussed with examples.
Compound Analysis [Sulphuric Acid] Chapter 11
This chapter examines each of the following substances in depth, including sulfuric acid. Starting with their chemical formulas, the structure, properties, reaction mechanisms, applications, and simple practise equations to solve are mentioned and discussed with examples.
Organic Chemistry, Chapter 12
Beginning with a succinct explanation of chemical compounds, their structure, isomerism, and the characteristics of homologous series with examples, simple nomenclature and hydrocarbons, including alkanes, alkenes, and alkynes, are important topics covered in this chapter and are supported by pertinent examples for ease of comprehension and application.