The act of determining the changes in the energy of a system by measuring the heat exchanged by the system with surroundings is known as calorimetry. Heat is a form of energy and when two bodies with different temperature are in contact, the heat flows from the body at a higher temperature to the body at a lower temperature. The device that is used to measure the quantity of heat is known as a calorimeter. The chapter 11 Calorimetry discusses a few properties of heat and the method by which the quantity of heat is measured using a calorimeter. The well laid out solutions contain a variety of numerical questions that will give an in-depth understanding of the chapter. Access below the class 10 ICSE physics chapter 11 calorimetry solutions.