Chapter 1: Fundamentals of Chemistry.
Experiment 1.1 : Separate the given mixture of iron filings and sand by physical method.
Chapter 2: Structure of Atoms. No Practical Activity.
Chapter 3 : Periodic table and periodicity of properties. No Practical Activity.
Chapter 4: Structure of molecules. No Practical Activity.
Chapter 5 : Physical States of Matter.
Experiment 5.1: Determine the melting point of the given compound (Naphthalene).
Experiment 5.2: Determine the melting point of the given compound (Biphenyl).
Experiment 5.3: Determine the boiling point of the given liquid (Acetone).
Experiment 5.4: Determine the boiling point of the given liquid (Toluene).
Experiment 5.5: Determine the boiling point of the given liquid (Ethyl alcohol).
Experiment 5.6: Demonstrate sublimation using ammonium chloride.
Experiment 5.7: Separate naphthalene from the given mixture of sand and naphthalene by sublimation.
Experiment 5.8: Separate the given mixture of alcohol and water by distillation.
Experiment 5.9: Demonstrate that a chemical reaction releases energy in the form of heat.
Chapter 6: Solutions.
Experiment 6.1: Prepare 100 cm3 of 0.1 M sodium hydroxide (NaOH) solution.
Experiment 6.2 Prepare 100 cm3 of 0.1 M sodium carbonate (Na2CO3) solution.
Experiment 6.3 Prepare 250 cm3 of 0.1M HCl solution.
Experiment 6.4 Prepare 250 cm3 of 0.1M oxalic acid (H2C204.2H20) solution.
Experiment 6.5 Prepare 100 cm3 of 0.1M sodium hydroxide (NaOH) solution from the given 1M solution.
Experiment 6.6 Prepare 100 cm3 of 0.01M Na2CO3 solution from the given 0.1M solution.
Experiment 6.7 Prepare 100 cm3 of 0.01 M hydrochloric acid (HCl) solution from the given 0.1M solution.
Experiment 6.8 Prepare 100 cm3 of 0.01 M oxalic acid solution from the given 0.1M solution.
Experiment 6.9 Prepare pure copper sulphate crystals from the given impure sample.
Experiment 6.10 Demonstrate that miscible liquids dissolve in each other and immiscible liquids do not.
Experiment 6.11 Demonstrate that temperature affects the solubility.
Chapter 7 : Electrochemistry.
Experiment 7.1 Demonstrate the conductivity of different given solutions.
Experiment 7.2 Demonstrate a metal displacement reaction in aqueous medium.
Chapter 8 :Chemical Reactivity.
Experiment 8.1 : Demonstrate that two elements combine to form a binary compound.
Experiment 8.2 Demonstrate that compounds can be products of a decomposition reaction.
Experiment 8.3 Demonstrate that an element and a compound can react to form a different element and a different compound.
Experiment 8.4 Demonstrate that some processes absorb energy.