ICSE Class 10 Chemistry Experiments

Chemistry Experiments for Class 10 ICSE are one of the fundamental tools which help students to learn Chemistry. Chemistry is the study of matter, its properties, how and why substances combine or separate to form other substances, and how substances interact with energy. Chemistry is part of our everyday lives. For a subject like Chemistry, practical knowledge is important so that students can understand how chemical reactions occur by performing these experiments.

These Chemistry practical assignments should be taken seriously so that they can properly understand the concepts of Chemistry. Practical knowledge will help students to get an idea of how Chemistry works in day-to-day life. Scoring well in the practical exam will uplift the overall percentage of the Chemistry exam. So, students are advised to go through the procedure of conducting the experiment provided in the lab manual thoroughly before attempting it in the practical exam.

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ICSE Class 10 Chemistry Practical Syllabus

Students of ICSE Class 10 need to perform the experiments provided below as prescribed by the ICSE Board. Students should first clear their theoretical concepts, and then they should try their hands on these practical experiments. All the experiments should be performed correctly with proper materials and by following the accurate procedure.

List of Experiments for ICSE Class 10 Chemistry Practicals

Candidates will be asked to observe the effect of reagents and/or of heat on substances supplied to them. The exercises will be simple and may include the recognition and identification of certain gases and ions listed below. The examiners will not, however, be restricted in their choice to substances containing the listed ions.

Gases: Hydrogen, Oxygen, Carbon dioxide, Chlorine, Hydrogen chloride, Sulphur dioxide, Hydrogen sulphide, Ammonia, Water vapour, Nitrogen dioxide.

Ions: Calcium, Copper, Iron, Lead, Zinc and Ammonium, Carbonate, Chloride, Nitrate, Sulphide, Sulphite and Sulphate.

1. Action of heat on the following substances: (a) Copper carbonate, zinc carbonate (b) zinc nitrate, copper nitrate, lead nitrate Make observations, identify the products and make deductions where possible. (equations not required)

2. Make a solution of the unknown substance: add sodium hydroxide solution or ammonium hydroxide solution, make observations and give your deduction. Warming the mixture may be needed. Choose from substances containing Ca2+, Cu2+, Fe2+, Fe3+, Pb2+, Zn2+, NH4+.

3. Supply a solution of dilute acid and alkali. Determine which is acidic and which is basic, giving two tests for each.

4. Add concentrated hydrochloric acid to each of the given substances, warm them, make observations, identify any product and make deductions: (a) copper oxide (b) manganese dioxide.

Evaluation of ICSE Class 10 Chemistry Practical Exam

The assignments/project work is to be evaluated by the subject teacher and by an External Examiner. The Internal Examiner and the External Examiner will assess the assignments independently.

Marks Awarded 20 marks
Subject Teacher (Internal Examiner) 10 marks
External Examiner 10 marks

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