SCERT 10th Physical Science Mock Test 2021 for “Chemical Bonding” (Chapter-8) Online Practice Test

SCERT 10th Physical Science Mock Test 2021 (Physics & Chemistry) for “Chemical Bonding” Online Practice Test (Chapter-8) Designed from all Objectives of the Subject of Chemical Bonding for Both Medium Students of the Country.

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SCERT 10th Class Physical Science (Chemical Bonding) Mock Test 2021Secondary Education Physical Science Online Practice Exam 2021 for “Chemical Bonding”
Name of boardAll Secondary Education Board’s of the Country
Type of SyllabusState Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT)
Name of the Course / Class10th Standard / Secondary School Certificate (SSC)
Name of the SubjectPhysical Science (Physics & Chemistry)
MediumTelugu, English, and Others
Name of the ChapterChapter-8 “Chemical Bonding”
Number of Questions25 MCQ Questions
Time of Exam25 Minutes
Categories Chapter-8Chemical BondingClass-10Physical ScienceSCERT
SCERT 10th Physical Science Mock Test 2021 For “Chemical Bonding”

Covered Topics of the Chapter

  • Lewis symbols or Lewis dot structures
  • Electronic theory of valence by Lewis and Kossel and drawbacks
  • Ionic and Covalent bonds with Lewis dot structures
  • Formation of oxygen, nitrogen, methane, ammonia, and water molecules
  • Valence shell electron pair repulsion theory
  • Valence bond theory – Hybridization
  • Formation of beryllium chloride, Boron trifluoride, Ammonia, Water molecules
  • Properties of ionic and covalent compounds

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