ICSE Class 7 Chemistry Syllabus

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Chemistry Syllabus for Class 7 ICSE Board:

Matter and its Composition

  • Definition of matter
  • Matter has mass and occupies space – Explanation
  • Composition of matter

Physical and Chemical Changes

  • Physical and chemical changes
  • Chemical change – formation of a new product with new properties
  • Differentiating between physical and chemical change
  • Classification as physical & chemical change
  • Types of change involved when there is a change of state of matter
  • Types of change involved when there is a change in energy

Elements, Compounds and Mixtures

  • Identification of elements, and compounds
  • Mixtures and compounds
  • Types of mixtures
  • Separation techniques

Atomic Structure

  • Atoms
  • Molecules
  • Radicals
  • Valency

Language of Chemistry

  • Chemical reactions
  • Characteristics of occurrence of a chemical reaction
  • Chemical Equations

Metals and Non-Metals

  • Properties of metals and non-metals
  • Difference between metals and non-metals
  • Classification of elements as metals & non-metals
  • Corrosion of iron
  • Uses of metals
  • Metalloids

Air and Atmosphere

  • Composition of air and uses of its components
  • Combustion
  • Mass change during burning
  • Word equations for reactions of metals and non-metals (S, C, P, Na, K, Ca, Mg) with O
  • Products formed in acid rain; effects of acid rain
  • Air quality

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