Chemistry: Solved Questions


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The following website has a number of solved questions answers for all the topics in Chemistry. They include important questions which are often asked in exams. Be sure to check it out!

http://www.icseguess.com/papers/important_papers/class_x/chemistry/

 

NOTEThere is a similar page for “Physics: Solved Questions” and “Biology: Solved Questions.”  Check them out!

25 thoughts on “Chemistry: Solved Questions

    • ICSE Helper says:

      Hi, Avika!

      Thanks for stopping by!

      Could you please give details about the book and its publisher? We haven’t used the book ourselves and hence, cannot give a surefire answer as of now.

      Hope to hear from you, soon. 🙂

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    • ICSE Helper says:

      Abhi,

      Hi there! Thanks for stopping by.

      Do let us know why you think this is “rubbish and a waste of time,” and please leave suggestions so that we may improve our content.

      Thank you and keep visiting! 🙂

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    • janhavi says:

      ya icn solve if u dsnt hve prob becouze i latest solve the isce 2013 but give me questions becouz i dnt hve the question papers

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  1. Sourodip says:

    can you please,if possible help me out in Section A of Chemistry about identification of gases and salts.Its urgent but please help me out.

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    • Aritra Mukherjee says:

      Hey sourodip see the chapter of “PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY” in the book- SIMPLIFIED ICSE CHEMISTRY(VIRAF J DALAL)….you will surely gain immense knowledge on the topic that you stated ok..

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