The ICSE Class 10 subjects are purposefully presented to aid the students in “learning by enjoying” as a means of imparting knowledge. Three groups comprise the syllabus. Group 1 consists of the subjects that are required. Group 2 can select any two subjects, while Group 3 can select any one subject from a variety of other subjects. See below for a list of the key chapters in ICSE Chemistry Class 10.
Chapter 1 – “Periodic Properties and variations of Properties”.
Topics like periodicity and periodic properties are explained in this chapter along with terms like atomic size, metallic or non-metallic character, ionization potential, electron affinity, electronegativity, etc. Periodicity related to nuclear changes and shells is also covered here, if necessary with diagrams.
Chapter 2 – “Chemical Bonding”
The three different types of chemical bonds—electron-valent, covalent, and coordinate—as well as their definitions, characteristics, and examples are briefly discussed in this chapter. Orbit structure and electron dot structure are also explained in detail.
Chapter 4 – “Analytical Chemistry”
This chapter requires a lot of practice and a thorough understanding of the concepts because it is heavily experimental and involves numerous chemical reactions. The few significant topics covered in this chapter include color changes, salt solutions, the effects of certain metals, their oxides, and hydroxides on alkalis, as well as the actions of ammonium and sodium hydroxides on salt solutions.
In this chapter, terms like cathode, anode, anion, cation, electrolysis, oxidation, reduction, etc. are used to explain the definitions and differences between electrolyte and non-electrolyte, substances containing molecules, ions, both molecules, and ions. The tendency of metal uses for electrolysis, and the typical electrolysis experiment is additional significant topics covered in this chapter.
Chapter-8,9 and 10 “Study of Compounds”
Chlorine Dioxide The structure, properties, reaction mechanisms, applications, and easy practice equations to solve, among other things, are mentioned and discussed with examples in this chapter beginning with their chemical formulas.
This chapter begins with a discussion of the chemical formulas before moving on to mention and discuss with examples the structure, reaction mechanisms, uses, and simple practice equations.
Acid Acetic In this chapter, starting with their chemical formulas, the structure, properties, reaction mechanisms, applications, and simple practice equations to solve are mentioned and discussed with examples.
Fluoride Acid The structure, properties, reaction mechanisms, applications, and easy practice equations to solve, among other things, are mentioned and discussed with examples in this chapter beginning with their chemical formulas.