CBSE Class 8 Chemistry Syllabus

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The list of class 8 Chemistry is as mentioned below which can be found in science textbook and is from Chapter 3 to Chapter 6 and Chapter 18:

  • Synthetic Fibres and Plastics
  • Materials: Metals & Non-Metals
  • Coal and Petroleum
  • Combustion and Flame
  • Pollution of Air and Water

CBSE is known for framing structured and flexible syllabus for every class due to which it is considered to be among the best boards of the country. The changes in syllabus and question paper patterns are done after proper studies and discussion among the board members keeping every student with different potentials in mind.

CHAPTER 3:Synthetic Fibres And Plastics

3.1 What are Synthetic Fibres?

3.2 Types of Synthetic Fibres

3.3 Characterics of Synthetic Fibres

3.4 Plastics

3.5 Plastics as Materials of Choice

3.6 Plastics and the Environment

CHAPTER 4:Materials: Metals And Non-Metals

4.1 Physical Properties of Metals and Non-metals

4.2 Chemical Properties of Metals and Non-metals

4.3 Uses of Metals and Non-metals

CHAPTER 5:Coal And Petroleum

5.1 Coal

5.2 Petroleum

5.3 Natural Gas

5.4 Some Natural Resources are Limited

CHAPTER 6:Combustion And Flame

6.1 What is Combustion?

6.2 How Do We Control Fire?

6.3 Types of Combustion

6.4 Flame

6.5 Structure of a Flame

6.6 What is a Fuel?

6.7 Fuel Efficiency

CHAPTER 18:Pollution Of Air And Water

18.1 Air Pollution

18.2 How does Air Get Polluted?

18.3 Case Study- The Taj mahal

18.4 Greenhouse Effect

18.5 What can be Done?

18.6 Water Pollution

18.7 How does Water Get Polluted?

18.8 What is Potable Water and How is Water Purified?

18.9 What Can be Done?

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Besides the risk of pollution, fossil fuels also pose a risk of ___