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CBSE 9th Grade Science

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CHAP 1 : MATTER IN OUR SURROUNDINGS :  Introduction On Matter, Physical Properties of Matter, Nature of Matter, Activity, Matter Made up of Small Particles, Characteristics of Matter, Size of Particles of Matter, Continuously Moving Particles of Matter, Activities, Particles of Matter attract each other, Activity, States of Matter, Solid State,Liquid State, Gaseous State, Activities on Three States, Change of State of Matter, Activity, Effect of Change of Temperature, Latent heat,Activity on Sublimation, Effect of Change of Pressure, Evaporation, Factors Affecting Evaporation, Humidity, Evaporation Causes Cooling, Examples of Evaporation Causes Cooling, Cotton Clothes in Summer, Water Droplet on Outer Surface, Summary of the Chapter.

CHAP 2 : IS MATTER AROUND US PURE : Introduction on Mixture, Types of Mixtures, Activities, Solutions, Examples of Solution, Properties of Solution, Concentration of Solution, Solutions, Examples of Solution, Properties of Solution, Concentration of Solution, Separating Components of Mixture, Obtaining Coloured Component, Separation of Cream and Milk, Separation of Two Immiscible Liquids, Separation of Sublime Substance, Chromatography, Separation of Two Miscible Liquids, Fractional Distillation, Obtaining Different Gases From Air, Crystallisation, Application, Physical and Chemical Changes,Types of Pure Substances, Elements, Compound, Activities on it. Difference on Mixtures and Compounds,  Matter and its Classification, Summary.

CHAP 3 : ATOMS AND MOLECULES : Laws of Chemical Combination, Law of Conservation of Mass, Law of Constant Proportions, Einstein's Equation, Postulates of Dalton's AtomicTheory, John Dalton, Introduction on Atom, Size of Atoms, Symbols of Atoms of Different Element, Atomic Mass, Existence of Atom, Molecule,Molecules of Elements, Molecules of Compounds, Ion, Sodium Chloride(Nacl),  Formulae of Simplest Compounds, Formulae of Simplest Compounds, Molecular Mass, Mole Concept, Mole. Unit Mass, (Numericals) Calculate Number of Moles, (Numericals) Calculate Number of Particles Summary.

CHAP 4 : STRUCTURE OF THE ATOM : Introduction on Structure of Atom, Charged Particles in Matter, Structure of Atom, JJ.Thomson's Model of Atom, Rutherford Model of Atom, Bhor's Model of Atom, Neutrons, Electrons Distributed in Various Shells, Electronic Configuration, Valency, Atomic Number, Atomic Mass, Isotopes, Applications of Isotopes, Isobars, Summary.

CHAP 5 : FUNDAMENTAL UNIT OF LINE : Introduction on Fundamental Unit of Line, Functions of Living Organisms, Cells, Invention of Magnifying Lens, Unicellular Organisms, Size and Shape of Cell, Structure of Cell, Plasma/Cell Membrane, Osmosis, Osmosis of egg (Activity), Electron Microscope, Cell Wall, Nucleus, Cytoplasm, (Cell Organelles) Endoplasmic Reticulum, Golgi Apparatus, Lysosomes, Mitochondria, Plastids , Vacuoles, Cell Division, Mitosis and meiosis.

CHAP 6 : TISSUES : Introduction on Tissues, Plant and Animals Made up of Same Type Of Tissue, Plant Tissues, (Types of Tissues) Meristematic, Permanent,Simple Permanent Tissue, Complex Permanent Tissue, and their Types, Animal Tissue, (Types ofAnimal Tissue) Epithelial, Connective, Muscular, Nervous Tissue, Neuron.

CHAP 7 : DIVERSITY IN LIVING ORGANISM : Introduction on Classification Organism, Basis of Classification, Characteristics of Organisms, Classification and Evolution, Biodiversity, Hierarchy of Classification Groups, Classification of Five Kingdoms, Monera, Protista, Fungi, Plantae, Animalia, Classification of Plants, Thallophyta, Bryophyta, Pteridophyta, Gymnosperms,Angiosperms, Classification of Animals, Porifera, Collenterata, Platyhelminthes, Nematoda, Annelida, Arthropoda, Mollusca, Echinodermata, Protochordata, Vertebrata, Cyclostomata, Pisces, Amphibia, Reptilia, Aves, Mammalia, Nomenclature. Summary.

CHAP 8 : MOTION : Introduction on Motion, Activity, Motion Along Straight Line, Odometer, Activity, Uniform and Non-Uniform Motion, Measuring Rate Of Motion, Speed With Direction, Activity, Rate Of Change Of Velocity, Acceleration, Activity, Graphical Representation Of Motion, Distance-Time Graphs, Velocity-Time Graphs, Equations Of Motion By Graphical Method, Velocity-Time Relation, Position-Time Relation, Position-Velocity Relation, (Numericals),  Uniform Circular Motion, Summary.

CHAP 9 : FORCE AND LAW OF MOTION : Introduction on Force, Balanced and Unbalanced Forces Frictional Force, Newton's 1st Law of Motion, Activities, Inertia and Mass, Newton's 2nd Law of Motion, Momentum, Impulse, Activities, Mathematical Formulation of 2nd Law of Motion, Numericals, Example Numericals, Newton's 3rd Law of Motion, Conservation and Momentum, Activities, Conservation Laws, Numericals, Example Numericals, Summary.

CHAP 10 : GRAVITATION : Introduction On Gravitation, Universal Law Of Gravitation, (Example:Numerical), Issac Newton, Inverse Square Rule, Importance of Universal Law Of Gravitation, Free Fall, Gravitational Fields, Force Of Gravity, Calculate Value of g, Motion Of Objects Under Influence of Gravitational Force, (Numericals), Mass, Weight, Weight of an Object on the Moon, (Numerical), Thrust and Pressure, (Numericals), Pressure in Fluids, Activities, Archimedes Principle, Archimedes, Relative Density, (Numericals), Summary.

CHAP 11 : WORK AND ENERGY : Introduction On Work, Scientific Concept of Work, Workdone,Activity, Activity, Work Done by Constant Force, (Numericals),Introduction on Energy, Forms Of Energy, Activities,  Kinetic Energy, Potential Energy, Potential Energy of Object At a Height, (Numericals), Various Energy Forms Interconvertible, Energy Conversions, Activity, Laws ofConservation of Energy, Example Numericals, Rate of Doing Work, (Numericals), Commercial Unit of Energy, Summary.

CHAP 12 : SOUND : Introduction On Sound, Production of Sound,Propagation of Sound, Sounds need Medium to Travel, Longitudinal Waves, Transverse Waves,  Characteristics of Sound Wave, Wavelength, Time Period, Frequency, Examples,Speed of Sound in Diff Media, Intensity of Sound, Reflection of Sound, Echo, Reverberation, Numericals, Uses of Multiple Reflection of Sound,Range of Hearing, Hearing Aid, UltraSound, Applications of UltraSound,  SONAR, Numericals, Reflections of UltraSonic Waves, Structure of Human Ear, Summary.

CHAP 13 : WHY DO WE FALL ILL : Introduction On Health and Disease, Health and its Failure, Significance of Health, Personal and CommunityIssuesBoth Matter For Health, Activities, Distinctions Between Healthy/Disease-Free, Disease and its Causes, Acute and Chronic Diseases, Activities, Chronic Diseases and poor Health,Causes of Diseases, Infectious and Non-Infectious Causes, Peptic Ulcers,Infectious Diseases, Infectious Agents, Means of Spread, Organic-Specific and Tissues-Specific Manifestations, Principles of Treatment, Principles of Prevention, Activity, Immune System, Vaccines, Activity, Summary.

CHAP 14 : NATURAL RESOURCES : Introduction On Natural Resources, Resources on Earth, Breath of life:Air, Movement of Air, Activity, Rain, Activities, Activity, Air Pollution, Water-Wonder Liquid, Activity, ACTIVITY, Water Pollution, Mineral Riches of Soil, Intro Soils ,Soil is a Mixture, Activity, Biogeochemical Cycles, Water Cycle, Nitrogen Cycle, Carbon Cycle, Greenhouse Effect, Oxygen Cycle, Ozone Layer, Summary.

CHAP 15 : IMPROVEMENT OF FOOD RESOURCES :  Intro , Improvement in Crop Yields, Crop Variety Improvement, Crop Production Management, Nutrient Management, Manures, Fertilisers, Irrigation, Cropping Patterns, Crop Protection Management, Storage Of Grains, Animal Husbandry, Cattle Farming, Poultry Farming, Egg and Broiler Production, Fishing Production, Marine Fisheries, Inland Fisheries, Bee Keeping.

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