Electrolysis is the process of decomposition of a chemical compound in an aqueous solution or in a molten state, accompanied by a chemical change using direct current. An electrolyte is an ionic compound that in the fused state or in the aqueous solution allows the passage of an electric current and is decomposed by it. …

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Study of Compounds – Nitric Acid

Molecular formula: HNO3; Relative molecular mass: 63 Pure acid (98% conc.) is colorless, suffocating, and sour to taste. It is heavier than water, with a specific gravity of 1.54. Boiling point is 86°C, and freezing point is −42°C Nitric Acid PDF Download PDF

Chemical Bonding

A chemical bond is defined as the force of attraction between any two atoms in a molecule to maintain stability. Ionic bond: The chemical bond formed between two atoms by the transfer of one or more electrons from the atom of a metallic electropositive element to an atom of a non-metallic electronegative element. Covalent bond: …

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ICSE Class 10 Chemistry Notes

We are proud to offer customized ICSE Class 10 Chemistry Notes, tailored to meet the specific needs of students. Our comprehensive collection covers the following chapters: ICSE Class 10 Chemistry Chapters Chemical Bonding Study of Compounds – Nitric Acid Analytical Chemistry Sulphuric Acid Mole Concept and Stoichiometry Metallurgy Electrolysis Periodic Table Hydrogen Chloride Study of …

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Physical Quantities and Measurements

Physical Quantities: The quantities which can be measured. Two types: Scalar and Vector. Scalar Quantities: Has only Magnitude, No DirectionExample: Mass, distance, time, speed, etc., Vector Quantities: Has both Magnitude and DirectionExample: Displacement, Velocity, Acceleration, Force, etc. Physical Quantities and Measurements PDF Download PDF


The space around the magnet where its influence can be experienced is known as the magnetic field. Magnetic Field Lines: The space around the magnet in which the compass needle rests in a direction other than the geographic north-south direction. Magnetism PDF Download PDF

Static Electricity

The bodies which on rubbing acquire the property of attracting light bodies (such as paper pieces) are said to be electrified (or charged). If the acquired charge is not allowed to flow it is said to be static electricity. The study of properties of bodies electrified due to stationary charges is called electrostatics. Static Electricity …

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