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Class 10 Science ICSE Board

Ignite Your Curiosity and Master Science with Confidence: A Comprehensive Course for Class 10 Students of ICSE Board.

Instructor: Sonika Anand Academy

Language: English

Validity Period: 30 days

₹2000 including 18% GST


This course provides comprehensive coverage of Science for Class 10 students studying under the ICSE board. It is designed to help students understand and appreciate the fundamental concepts of Science and develop a strong foundation in the subject.

Key Highlights:

  • Thorough explanation of all topics prescribed in the ICSE Science syllabus
  • Engaging and interactive video lessons
  • Chapter-wise practice exercises and quizzes
  • Detailed explanations of important concepts
  • Regular assessments to track progress
  • Expert guidance and support for better understanding

What you will learn:

  • Introduction to Physics
    (ii) Electrical power and energy
(iii) Household circuits – main circuit; switches; fuses; earthing; safety precautions; three-pin plugs; colour coding of wires.
(iv) Magnetic effect of a current (principles only, laws not required); electromagnetic induction (elementary); transformer.
5. Heat
(i) Calorimetry: meaning, specific heat capacity; principle of method of mixtures; Numerical Problems on specific heat capacity using heat loss and gain and the method of mixtures.
(ii) Latent heat; loss and gain of heat involving change of state for fusion only.
6. Modern Physics
(i) Radioactivity and changes in the nucleus; background radiation and safety precautions.
(ii) Nuclear fission and fusion; basic introduction and equations.
(iii) Vapour Density and its relation to relative molecular mass.
(iv) Mole and its relation to mass
(v) Simple calculations based on chemical equations
6. Electrolysis
(i) Electrolytes and non-electrolytes.
(ii) Substances containing molecules only, ions only, both molecules and ions.
(iii) Definition and explanation of electrolysis, electrolyte, electrode, anode, cathode, anion, cation, oxidation and reduction (on the basis of loss and gain of electrons).
(iv) An elementary study of the migration of ions, with reference to the factors influencing selective discharge of ions (reference should be made to the activity series as indicating the tendency of metals, e.g. Na, Mg, Fe, Cu, to form ions) illustrated by the electrolysis of:
Molten lead bromide
acidified water with platinum electrodes
Aqueous copper (II) sulphate with inert electrode, copper electrodes; electron transfer at the electrodes.
(v) Applications of electrolysis
7. Metallurgy
(i) Occurrence of metals in nature
(ii) Stages involved in the extraction of metals
(iii) Extraction of Aluminium
(iv) Alloys – composition and uses
8. Study of Compounds
A. Hydrogen Chloride
Hydrogen chloride: preparation of hydrogen chloride from sodium chloride; refer to the density and solubility of hydrogen chloride (fountain experiment); reaction with ammonia; acidic properties of its solution.
B. Ammonia
Ammonia: its laboratory preparation from ammonium chloride and collection; ammonia from nitrides like Mg3N2 and AlN and ammonium salts. Manufacture by Haber’s Process; density and solubility of ammonia (fountain experiment); aqueous solution of ammonia; its reactions with hydrogen chloride and with hot copper (II) oxide and chlorine; the burning of ammonia in oxygen; uses of ammonia.
C. Nitric Acid
Nitric Acid: one laboratory method of preparation of nitric acid from potassium nitrate or sodium nitrate. Large scale preparation. Nitric acid as an oxidizing agent.
D. Sulphuric Acid
Large scale preparation, its behaviour as an acid when dilute, as an oxidizing agent when concentrated – oxidation of carbon and sulphur; as a dehydrating agent – dehydration of sugar and copper (II) sulphate crystals; its non-volatile nature.
9. Organic Chemistry
(i) Introduction to Organic compounds
(ii) Structure and Isomerism
(iii) Homologous series – characteristics with examples
(iv) Simple nomenclature
(v) Hydrocarbons: alkanes, alkenes, alkynes.
Students should start their exam preparation by going through the ICSE Class 10 Syllabus of Chemistry, which provides all the necessary information. It is structured in such a way that students can analyse and understand which topic to emphasise more by going through it. They can also access the ICSE Class 10 Syllabus for all the subjects and plan their studies accordingly ahead of exams.
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