ICSE Chemistry: Single-page Notes for Electrolysis by Prateek Srivastava | Helpline for ICSE Students (Class 10) @icsehelpline101

ICSE Chemistry: Single-page Notes for Electrolysis

In this post, we are publishing the fifth in the series of single-page notes by our reader, Mr. Prateek Srivastava. These notes are handwritten and for the chapter Electrolysis of ICSE Class 10 Chemistry. They have been made after referring to Selina Publishers’ Concise Chemistry Class – X for ICSE 2019. 

Similar to the previous study notes of this series, these notes have also been presented in one page in neat, legible handwriting. They include relevant definitions, differences between, diagrams, and equations where required. We do hope that you will find Prateek’s notes quite useful in revising for your upcoming ICSE 2019 board exams.


Here’s a link to the PDF file for notes on the aforementioned chapter:

ICSE NOTES: Chemistry – Single-page Notes for Electrolysis (by Prateek Srivastava)

You may print these notes through the PDF file and refer to them for your personal use as required. You are forbidden to reproduce any part of these notes without our prior permission. For more information, please contact us or go through our copyright policy. 


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Also see the following study notes to help you ace your ICSE Chemistry Board Exam:

ICSE Chemistry: Extraction of Metals (NOTES)

ICSE Chemistry: Single-page Notes for Metallurgy

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3 thoughts on “ICSE Chemistry: Single-page Notes for Electrolysis

    • ICSE Helper says:

      Hi Swapan,

      Thanks for taking the time to share your feedback!

      Could you please elaborate? Are there any specific points which you believe are missing and should be included, etc.?

      Let us know so that we may improve in the future.

      In the meantime, do also check out our notes on Extraction of Metals, the link to which is available at the end of the above post. Hope it helps!


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