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Science CBSE Class 9
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IDaa educational content are completely mapped to the NCERT curriculum following CBSE board. Which can be conveniently adapted to any state curriculum in India.
The ebooks contain all the aspects of each topic in detail by textual explanation, experiments and relevant diagrams with clear and simple audio

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CHEMISTRY


  • Matter in our Surroundings
    1. Physical Nature of Matter
    2. Matter is made up of particles
    3. How small are these particles of matter
    4. Characteristics of Particles of Matter
    5. Particles of Matter have space between them
    6. Particles of Matter are continuously moving
    7. Particles of Matter attract each other
    8. States of Matter
    9. The solid state
    10. The Liquid state
    11. The Gaseous State
    12. Can Matter Change its State?
    13. Effect of Change of Temperature
    14. Effect of change of pressure
    15. Evaporation
    16. Factors affecting evaporation
    17. How does Evaporation cause cooling?
  • Is Matter around us pure
    1. What is Mixture?
    2. Types of Mixtures
    3. What is Solution?
    4. Concentration of a Solution
    5. What is Suspension?
    6. What is Collodial Solution?
    7. Separating the Components of a mixture
    8. How can we obtain coloured component (DYE) from Blue/Blank ink?
    9. How can we separate cream from milk?
    10. How can we separate a mixture of two immiscible Liquids?
    11. How can we separate a mixture of salt and ammonium chloride?
    12. Is the Dye in black ink a single colour?
    13. How can we separate a mixture of two miscible liquids?
    14. How can we obtain different gases from Air?
    15. How can we obtain pure copper sulphate from an impure sample?
    16. Physical and Chemical changes
    17. What are the types of Pure Substances?
    18. Elements
    19. Compounds
  • Atoms and Molecules
    1. Laws of chemical Combination
    2. Law of Conservation of Mass
    3. Law of constant Proportions
    4. What is an Atom?
    5. What are the modern day symbols of atoms of different elements?
    6. Atomic Mass
    7. How do Atoms Exist?
    8. What is a Molecule?
    9. Molecules of elements
    10. Molecules of compounds
    11. What is an ION?
    12. Writing chemical formulae
    13. Formulae of simple compounds
    14. Molecular Mass and Mole Concept
    15. Molecular Mass
    16. Formula Unit Mass
    17. Mole Concept
  • Structure of the Atom
    1. Charged Particles in Matter
    2. The structure of an Atom
    3. Thomson's Model of an atom
    4. Rutherford's Model of an Atom
    5. Bohr's Model of Atom
    6. Neutrons
    7. How are Electrons Distributed in different Orbits (Shells)?
    8. Valency
    9. Atomic Number and Mass Number
    10. Atomic Number
    11. Mass Number
    12. Isotopes
    13. Isobars

    PHYSICS


  • Motion
    1. Describing Motion
    2. Motion along a Straight Line
    3. Uniform motion and non-uniform motion
    4. Measuring the Rate of Motion
    5. Speed with Direction
    6. Rate of Change of Velocity
    7. Graphical Representation of Motion
    8. Distance-time graphs
    9. Velocity-Time Graphs
    10. Equations of motion by graphical method
    11. Equation for Velocity-Time relation
    12. Equation for Position-Time relation
    13. Equation for Position-Velocity relation
    14. Uniform Circular Motion
  • Force and Laws of Motion
    1. Balanced and Unbalanced Forces
    2. First Law of Motion
    3. Inertia and Mass
    4. Second Law of Motion
    5. Mathematical Formulations of Second Law of Motion
    6. Third law of motion
    7. Conservation of Momentum
  • Gravitation
    1. Gravitation
    2. Universal law of Gravitation
    3. Free Fall
    4. Mass
    5. Weight
    6. Weight of an object on the moon
    7. Thrust and Pressure
    8. Pressure in fluids
    9. Buoyancy
    10. Why objects float or sink when placed on the surface of water?
    11. Arshimedes's Principle
    12. Relative Density
  • Work and Energy
    1. Work
    2. Not Much 'work' in spite of working hard!
    3. Scientific conception of work
    4. Work done by a constant force
    5. Energy
    6. Forms of Energy
    7. Kinetic Energy
    8. Potential Energy
    9. Potential Energy of an Object at a height
    10. Are Various Energy forms interconvertible?
    11. Law of conservation of energy
    12. Rate of doing work
    13. Commercial unit of Energy
  • Sound
    1. Production of sound
    2. Propagation of Sound
    3. Sound needs a medium to travel
    4. Sound waves are longitudinal waves
    5. Characteristics of a Sound Wave
    6. Speed of sound in Different media
    7. Reflection of Sound
    8. Echo
    9. Reverberation
    10. Uses of Multiple reflection of sound
    11. Range of Hearing
    12. Applications of Ultrasound
    13. Structure of Human Ear

    BIOLOGY


  • The Fundamental unit of Life
    1. What are living organisms made up of?
    2. What is a Cell made up of? What is the structural Organisation of a Cell?
    3. Plasma membrane or Cell membrane
    4. Cell Wall
    5. Nucleus
    6. Cytoplasm
    7. Cell Organelles
    8. (i) Endoplasmic reticulum (ER)
    9. (ii) GOLGI Apparatus
    10. (iii) Lysosomes
    11. (iv) Mitochondria
    12. (v) Plastids
    13. (vi) Vacuoles
  • Tissues
    1. Are Plants and animals Made of same Types of Tissues?
    2. Plant Tissues
    3. Meristematic Tissue
    4. Permanent Tissue
    5. (i) Simple permanent Tissue
    6. (ii) Complex permanent Tissue
    7. Animal Tissues
    8. Epithelial Tissue
    9. Connective Tissue
    10. Muscular tissue
    11. Nervous Tissue
  • Diversity in living organisms
    1. What is basis of Classification?
    2. Classification and Evolution
    3. The Hierarchy of Classifcation-groups
    4. Monera
    5. Protista
    6. Fungi
    7. Plantae
    8. Animalia
    9. Plantae
    10. Thallophyta
    11. Bryophyta
    12. Pteridophyta
    13. Gymnosperms
    14. Angiosperms
    15. Anilamia
    16. Porifera
    17. Coelenterata (Cnidaria)
    18. Platyhelminthes
    19. Netatoda
    20. Annelida
    21. Arthropoda
    22. Mollusca
    23. Echinodermata
    24. Protochordata
    25. Vertebrata
    26. (i) Pisces
    27. (ii) Amphibia
    28. (iii) Reptilia
    29. (iv) Aves
    30. (v) Mallalia
    31. Nomenclature
  • Why Do we fall ill
    1. Health and its Failure
    2. The Significance of 'Health'
    3. Personal and Community issues both matter for health
    4. Distinction between 'Health' and 'Disease-Free'
    5. Disease and its Causes
    6. What does Disease look like?
    7. Acute and Chronic Diseases
    8. Chronic diseases and poor health
    9. Causes of Diseases
    10. Infectious and non-infectious causes
    11. Infectious Diseases
    12. Infectious Agents
    13. Means of Spread
    14. Organ-Specific and Tissue-Specific Manifestations
    15. Principles of treatment
    16. Principles of Preventation
  • Natural Resources
    1. The Breadth of Life: Air
    2. The Role of the Atmosphere in Climate Control
    3. The movement of Air:Winds
    4. Rain
    5. Air Pollution
    6. Water: A Wonder Liquid
    7. Water Pollution
    8. Mineral Riches in the soil
    9. Biogeochemical Cycles
    10. The Water Cycle
    11. The Nitroge- Cycle
    12. The Carbon-Cycle
    13. The greenhouse Effect
    14. The Oxygen-Cycle
    15. Ozone Layer
  • Improvement in food Resources
    1. Improvement in Crop Yields
    2. Crop Variety improvement
    3. Crop Production Management
    4. Nutrient Management
    5. Iggigation
    6. Cropping Patterns
    7. Crop Protection Management
    8. Animal Hunsbandry
    9. Cattle Farming
    10. Poultry Farming
    11. Fish Production
    12. Marine Fisheries
    13. Inland Fisheries
    14. Bee-Keeping

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