CBSE Class 10 Science - Chemistry Previous Year Question Paper

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CBSE 2015 Class 10 Chemistry 1 Mark Practical Question Solution
by added on Fri Feb 05 13:20:14 UTC 2016 105 views
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CBSE 2015 Class 10 Chemistry 3 Mark, 4 Questions Solutions
by added on Fri Feb 05 13:31:33 UTC 2016 96 views
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CBSE Board Papers Class 10 - 2011 - Chemistry - Question 27
by added on Fri Feb 27 10:58:56 UTC 2015 86 views
Question - A student added acetic acid to test tubes I, II, III and IV containing the labeled substances and then brought a burning splinter near the mouth of each test tube. -------------- The splinter would be extinguished when brought near the mouth of test tube. A. I B. II C. III D. IV Vedantu - Your Personal Teacher Online - Get an clear edge over other students by constant revision of important topics with an awesome teacher. - Get your doubts and questions resolved instantly by booking an instant live session - Prepare for competitive exams with our exam courses and achieve your goal - Skipped a topic in tuitions? Learn it on Vedantu by taking our topic courses

 

CBSE Board Papers Class 10 - 2011 - Chemistry - Question 20
by added on Fri Feb 27 11:03:46 UTC 2015 80 views
Question - The atomic number of an dement is 16. Predict (i) the number of valence electrons in its atom (ii) its valency (iii) its group number (iv) whether it is a metal or a non-metal (v) the nature of oxide formed by it (vi) the formula of its chloride Vedantu - Your Personal Teacher Online - Get an clear edge over other students by constant revision of important topics with an awesome teacher. - Get your doubts and questions resolved instantly by booking an instant live session - Prepare for competitive exams with our exam courses and achieve your goal - Skipped a topic in tuitions? Learn it on Vedantu by taking our topic courses

 

CBSE 2015 Class 10 Chemistry 5 Mark Questions Solutions
by added on Fri Feb 05 13:38:02 UTC 2016 61 views
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CBSE Board Papers Class 10 - 2011 - Chemistry - Question 11
by added on Fri Feb 27 11:05:54 UTC 2015 55 views
Question - In the modern periodic table, the element Calcium (atomic number = 20) is surrounded by elements with atomic numbers 12, 19, 21 and 38. Which of these elements has physical and chemical properties resembling those of Calcium and why? Vedantu - Your Personal Teacher Online - Get an clear edge over other students by constant revision of important topics with an awesome teacher. - Get your doubts and questions resolved instantly by booking an instant live session - Prepare for competitive exams with our exam courses and achieve your goal - Skipped a topic in tuitions? Learn it on Vedantu by taking our topic courses

 

CBSE Board Papers Class 10 - 2011 - Chemistry - Question 24 b
by added on Fri Feb 27 10:59:41 UTC 2015 54 views
Question - Explain isomerism. State any four characteristics of isomers. Draw the structures of possible isomers of butane, C_4H_10. Vedantu - Your Personal Teacher Online - Get an clear edge over other students by constant revision of important topics with an awesome teacher. - Get your doubts and questions resolved instantly by booking an instant live session - Prepare for competitive exams with our exam courses and achieve your goal - Skipped a topic in tuitions? Learn it on Vedantu by taking our topic courses

 

CBSE 2015 Class 10 Chemistry 3 Mark, 3 Questions Solutions
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CBSE 2015 Class 10 Chemistry 2 Mark Questions Solutions
by added on Fri Feb 05 13:24:33 UTC 2016 48 views
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CBSE 2015 Class 10 Chemistry 1 Mark Question Solution
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CBSE Board Papers Class 10 - 2011 - Chemistry - Question 30
by added on Fri Feb 27 10:57:09 UTC 2015 45 views
Question - A cleaned aluminium foil was placed in an aqueous solution of zinc sulphate. When the aluminium foil was taken out of the zinc sulphate solution after 15 minutes, its surface was found to be coated with a silvery grey deposit. From the above observation it can be concluded that: A. Aluminium is more reactive than zinc B. Zinc is more reactive than aluminium. C. Zinc and aluminium both are equally reactive. D. Zinc and aluminium both are non-reactive Vedantu - Your Personal Teacher Online - Get an clear edge over other students by constant revision of important topics with an awesome teacher. - Get your doubts and questions resolved instantly by booking an instant live session - Prepare for competitive exams with our exam courses and achieve your goal - Skipped a topic in tuitions? Learn it on Vedantu by taking our topic courses

 

CBSE Board Papers Class 10 - 2011 - Chemistry - Question 38
by added on Fri Feb 27 10:12:06 UTC 2015 45 views
Question - Iron nails were dipped in an aqueous solution of copper sulphate. After about 30 minutes, it was observed that the colour of the solution changed from A. Colorless to light green. B. Blue to light green C. Blue to colourless. D. Green to blue. Vedantu - Your Personal Teacher Online - Get an clear edge over other students by constant revision of important topics with an awesome teacher. - Get your doubts and questions resolved instantly by booking an instant live session - Prepare for competitive exams with our exam courses and achieve your goal - Skipped a topic in tuitions? Learn it on Vedantu by taking our topic courses

 

CBSE Board Papers Class 10 - 2011 - Chemistry - Question 29
by added on Fri Feb 27 10:58:15 UTC 2015 41 views
Question - Vapours of acetic acid smell: A. Pungent like vinegar. B. Sweet like rose. C. Suffocating like sulphur dioxide. D. Odorless like water. Vedantu - Your Personal Teacher Online - Get an clear edge over other students by constant revision of important topics with an awesome teacher. - Get your doubts and questions resolved instantly by booking an instant live session - Prepare for competitive exams with our exam courses and achieve your goal - Skipped a topic in tuitions? Learn it on Vedantu by taking our topic courses

 

CBSE Board Papers Class 10 - 2011 - Chemistry - Question 10
by added on Fri Feb 27 11:09:19 UTC 2015 40 views
Question - How does the metallic character of elements change along a period of the periodic table from the left to the right and why? Vedantu - Your Personal Teacher Online - Get an clear edge over other students by constant revision of important topics with an awesome teacher. - Get your doubts and questions resolved instantly by booking an instant live session - Prepare for competitive exams with our exam courses and achieve your goal - Skipped a topic in tuitions? Learn it on Vedantu by taking our topic courses

 

CBSE 2015 Class 10 Chemistry 3 Mark Question Solution
by added on Fri Feb 05 13:33:27 UTC 2016 33 views
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CBSE 2015 Class 10 Chemistry 3 Mark, 2 Questions Solutions
by added on Fri Feb 05 13:35:42 UTC 2016 33 views
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