Class 6 Chemistry Syllabus
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The list of units in class 6 Chemistry is mentioned below.
- Fibre to Fabric
- Separation of Substances
- Air Around Us
- Changes Around Us
- Sorting Materials into Groups
The CBSE board students can also access to NCERT solution for class 6 chemistry. The chemistry syllabus is well defined and framed in a pattern that can be adapted by students with different capabilities to perform well in examinations.
Fibre to Fabric
- A.1Variety in fabrics
- A.2Fibres : Natural and Synthetic Fibres (Classification)
- A.3Plant Fibre – Cotton : Cultivation and Uses (ginning, spinning, weaving, and knitting)
- A.4Plant Fiber – Jute : Cultivation and Uses
- A.5Animal Fiber – Wool : Cultivation and Uses (4 steps for processing wool)
- A.6Animal Fiber – Silk : Cultivation and Uses
- A.7Types of soil required for the growth of different fibrous plants
Sorting Materials into Groups
Seperation of Substances
- C.1Separation of substances : Why?
- C.2Separation of solids from other solids : Hand picking
- C.3Separation of solids from other solids : Threshing
- C.4Separation of solids from other solids : Winnowing
- C.5Separation of solids from other solids : Sieving
- C.7Separation of water soluble solids: Evaporation and Condensation
- C.8Separation of insoluble solids from liquids : Sedimentation
- C.9Separation of insoluble solids from liquids : Decantation and Loading
- C.10Separation of insoluble solids from liquids : Filteration
- C.11Saturated solutions
- C.12Separation of imiscible liquids : Churning and Centrifugation
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