127 chapters

Chapter1

IntroductionWhat is the Mathematical Number System?Natural Numbers and Whole NumbersFractionsFractions by TypeComparison of FractionsOperations on FractionsSimplification of BracketsConclusionFAQs

Chapter2

IntroductionConcept of RatioConcept of ProportionDifference Between Ratio and FractionUnitary MethodUnitary Method TypesWord Problems on Ratio and ProportionsConclusionFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionWhat is the Concept of Algebra?Framing Algebraic ExpressionsLinear Equation in One VariableEvaluation of Algebraic ExpressionsConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

IntroductionTypes of AnglesTypes of QuadrilateralsMeasure of Line SegmentMeasure of AnglesConstruction of CircleWhat is the best way to draw a circle?Symmetry ConstructionsWhat is a Symmetry Line?ConclusionFAQs

Chapter5

IntroductionIntroduction of Volume Perimeter AreaConcept of AreaArea of a Rectangle and a SquareConversion of UnitsCubes and CuboidsConcept of Perimeter and Introduction to AreaConclusionFAQs

Chapter6

IntroductionCollection and Organisation of DataCollection and Tabulation of DataGraphical Representation of DataMean and MedianConclusionFAQs

Chapter1

IntroductionMeasurement of lengthMeasurement of time Measurement of massMeasurement of temperatureMeasurement of area

Chapter2

IntroductionForce As A Push Or PullEffects of forceTypes of forcesFrictionTypes of friction

Chapter3

IntroductionDifferent types of energySimple MachinesDifferent types of simple machinesConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

IntroductionWhat is Light?Properties of Light:Types of Objects Based on Their Interaction with LightWhat Are The Shadows?Reflection and Refraction of LightConclusionFAQs

Chapter5

IntroductionWhat is magnetism?Magnetic and Non-Magnetic SubstancesProperties of MagnetsMagnetic field around a magneEarth's magnetic fieldPermanent and temporary magnetsMaking of MagnetsCare & Storage of MagnetsConclusionFAQs

Chapter1

IntroductionDevelopment of ChemistryFood and ChemistryCosmetics and ChemistryClothing and ChemistryChemicals as MedicinesChemicals in IndustriesScientists and their Contributions to ChemistryConclusionFAQs

Chapter2

IntroductionElementCompoundMixtureDifference Between Mixtures And CompoundsSeparation Techniques Of MixturesConclusionFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionStates of MatterEffect of Heat on MatterConclusion

Chapter1

IntroductionTypes of LeavesDifferent Types of VenationFunctions of LeafInsectivorous PlantsVegetative Propagation in LeafThe FlowerFormation of FruitParts of FruitsGerminationConclusion

Chapter2

IntroductionDifferences Between Plant And Animal CellsDiagrams Of Plant And Animal CellCell Organelles And Their FunctionsConclusionFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionDigestive SystemOrgans Of The Digestive SystemDifference Between Respiration And BreathingMechanism Of BreathingCirculatory SystemMain Parts Of The Circulatory SystemTypes Of Blood GroupsProcess Of CirculationDouble CirculationConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

IntroductionTypes Of DiseasesModes Of Transmission Of DiseasesWays To Prevent Communicable DiseasesFood And HealthPersonal Hygiene And First AidPollutionConclusionFAQs

Chapter1

IntroductionMultiplication and Division of IntegersProperties of Operations on IntegersIntroduction to Rational NumbersDecimal Representation of Rational NumbersFractionsTypes of FractionsConclusionFAQs

Chapter2

IntroductionUnitary MethodThe Speed, Time, and Distance RelationshipPercent and Percentage PointSimple InterestProfit and LossWhat is the Concept of a Fraction?What is the Meaning of Percentage?Converting Fractions and Decimals into PercentageConclusionFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionIntroduction To Algebraic ExpressionsAddition And Subtraction Of Algebraic ExpressionsLinear Equations In One VariableLinear InequalitiesConclusionFAQs

Chapter10

IntroductionLinesAnglesInterior and Exterior Angles2D Figures in GeometryTriangles in GeometryConclusionFAQs

Chapter11

IntroductionConcept of Measurement Using a Basic UnitArea and PerimeterWhat is the Definition of a Circle?Area of a CircleCircumference of a circleThe Perimeter of a CircleThe Perimeter of a Semi-CircleArea of a Semi-circleConclusionFAQs

Chapter12

IntroductionWhat is the Concept of Data Handling?Types of DataMean, Median, and ModeMode of Ungrouped DataData Representation Using a Bar GraphConclusionFAQs

Chapter1

IntroductionS.I. units for MeasurementMeasurement of VolumeCalculation of SpeedMeasurement Of AreaMeasurement Of Density Of Regular SolidConclusionFAQs

Chapter2

IntroductionMotionTypes of MotionUniform and Non-Uniform motionMass and WeightConclusionFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionWhat is Energy?Units of EnergyConversion of EnergyLaw of conservation of energyTypes of EnergyPotential EnergyConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

IntroductionLight EnergyUse of light energyInteresting factReflectionLaw of reflectionPlane MirrorConclusionFAQs

Chapter5

IntroductionHot and ColdHeat as a Form of Energy and its UnitsEffects of HeatHeat and TemperatureClinical ThermometerDigital ThermometerLaboratory thermometerTransfer of HeatFAQs

Chapter6

IntroductionWhat is Sound?Terminologies related to SoundPropagation of SoundSound Requires a Medium to TravelSound Propagates as a WaveTypes of WavesCharacteristics of Sound Waves:ConclusionFAQs

Chapter7

IntroductionDefinition of electricityElectricity Test For A MagnetSymbolic Representation Of Electrical ComponentsGood And Bad Conductors Of ElectricityConclusionFAQs

Chapter1

IntroductionDefinition of MatterState of MatterSolidLiquidGasComposition of MatterConclusionFAQs

Chapter2

IntroductionPhysical Changes In A SubstanceChemical Changes In A SubstanceWhat Is A Difference Between Physical And Chemical Change?Changes In States Of Matter And EnergyClassification Of Physical And Chemical ChangeConclusionFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionWhat is the Meaning of a Compound?Compounds of Different TypesWhat is the Meaning of an Element?Elements of Various TypesWhat is the Definition of a Mixture?Separation Techniques of MixturesSeparation Techniques Elements and CompoundsConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

IntroductionWhat is the Concept of Atomic Structure?Atoms and MoleculesWhat are the Characteristics of Free Radicals?ConclusionFAQs

Chapter5

IntroductionSymbols for Some Basic ComponentsValencyChemical ReactionsCharacteristics of Occurrence of a Chemical ReactionConclusionFAQs

Chapter6

IntroductionMetalsNon-MetalsDifference Between Metals and Non-MetalsFAQs

Chapter7

IntroductionConstituents of AirAir QualityWhat Causes Low Air Quality?ConclusionFAQs

Chapter1

IntroductionDefinition of TissueClassification of Plant TissuesParenchymaCollenchymaSclerenchymaXylemPhloemEpithelial Tissue Muscular TissueConclusionFAQs

Chapter2

IntroductionKingdom MoneraKingdom ProtistaKingdom FungiKingdom PlantaeKingdom AnimaliaVertebratesInvertebratesConclusionFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionPhotosynthesisEnergyFixed natural carbonFactors Affecting PhotosynthesisSignificance Of PhotosynthesisPhotosynthesis ProcessRespiration In PlantsConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

IntroductionWhat is excretion?Organs and their excretory productRenal excretory systemFAQs

Chapter1

IntroductionRational NumberProperties of Rational NumbersExponents and PowersSets Union and Intersection of SetsDisjoint SetThe Complement of a SetLaws of Exponents with Integral PowersConclusionFAQs

Chapter2

IntroductionProfit & LossOverhead ExpensesDiscount TaxDifference Between Simple and Compound InterestDirect and Inverse VariationsTime and Work ProblemsConclusionFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionBranches of AlgebraAlgebraic Expressions Properties of InequalitiesFactorisationLinear Equations in One VariableConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

IntroductionBranches of GeometryAngles in GeometryProperties of QuadrilateralsSymmetry and Symmetrical ShapesConclusionFAQs

Chapter5

IntroductionWhat is Mensuration?Basic Concepts in MensurationMensuration Formulas for 2D FiguresMensuration Formulas for 3D FiguresConclusionFAQs

Chapter6

IntroductionWhat is Data Handling?Types of DataClassification and Tabulation of DataArranging Ungrouped Data into GroupsGraphical Representation of Statistical DataConstructing and Interpreting Bar GraphsRepresentation of Grouped Data Through Bar GraphsCircular Representation of DataConclusionFAQs

Chapter1

IntroductionState of MatterSolidLiquidsGasesLaw of Conservation of MassKinetic Molecular Theory of MatterConclusionFAQs

Chapter2

IntroductionDensityRelative DensityMeasurement of Density of SolidsMeasurement of Density of FluidsFloatation and SinkingComparison of DensitiesConclusionFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionTurning Effect of ForcePressureFactors Affecting PressureThe Pressure Exerted by LiquidsUpthrustThe Pressure Exerted by GasesAtmospheric PressureConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

IntroductionWhat is Energy?Law of Conservation of EnergyDifferent Forms of EnergyConcept of WorkWhat is Power?Energy TransformationConclusionFAQs

Chapter5

IntroductionWhat is Light Energy?Properties of LightReflection of LightRefraction of LightMirrorsCurved MirrorsUses of Curved MirrorsConclusionFAQs

Chapter6

IntroductionProcess of Heat TransferExamples of Heat TransferDifference Between Boiling and EvaporationThermal ExpansionLinear ExpansionVolume Expansion and Superficial ExpansionExpansivity ComparisonReal-World Application of Expansion in Liquids and GasesConclusionFAQs

Chapter7

IntroductionHow is Sound Produced?Understanding the Propagation of SoundThe Necessity of Medium for Sound PropagationUnderstanding Sound as a Longitudinal WaveTypes of wavesCharacteristics of Sound Waves:ConclusionFAQs

Chapter8

IntroductionWhat is the Concept of Current Electricity?Static ElectricityConservation of ChargesConductionInductionLightningDangers of ElectricityGold Leaf ElectroscopeBattery as a Collection of Cells Connected in SeriesFAQs

Chapter1

IntroductionState of MatterUndergoing a Phase of TransitionConclusionFAQs

Chapter2

IntroductionPhysical Change DefinitionChemical Change DefinitionChemical Change ExamplesDifference Between Physical And Chemical ChangeConclusionFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionWhat is a Compound?What is an Element?What is a Mixture?Classification of Compounds and ElementsClassification of MixtureDifferences in PropertiesConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

IntroductionWhat is Atomic Structure?What are the Various Atomic Models?Dalton's Atomic TheoryPostulates of Dalton's Atomic TheoryDisadvantages of Dalton's Atomic TheoryThompson's Atomic ModelWhat are Subatomic Particles?Electronic Configuration of an AtomConclusionFAQs

Chapter5

IntroductionSymbols Of ElementsFormulae Of CompoundsChemical Formulae's ImportanceChemical EquationsLaw Of Conservation Of MassBalancing Simple EquationsLimitations Of A Chemical EquationConclusionFAQs

Chapter6

IntroductionTypes of Reactions:Combination reactionDecomposition ReactionDecomposition Reactions To Form OxidesDisplacement ReactionDouble DisplacementEndothermic ReactionExothermic ReactionNeutralizationReactivity Of Metals

Chapter7

IntroductionAvailabilityProperties of HydrogenPreparation of HydrogenElectrolysis of WaterBosch's ProcessRequirements of Bosch's ProcessApplication of Bosch's ProcessConclusionFAQs

Chapter8

IntroductionUniversal Solvent MeaningSuspensions And ColloidsWater Of CrystallisationHydrated And Anhydrous SubstancesDisadvantage Of Using Hard WaterDissolution Of Salts In Water Meaning And ExplanationThe generation of ionsConclusionFAQs

Chapter9

IntroductionAllotropes Of CarbonWhat are Carbon Allotropes?Uses Of DiamondsPhysical Properties Of Carbon DioxideChemical Properties Of Carbon DioxideAcidic NatureCrystalline And Amorphous SolidsCrystalline SolidsAmorphous SolidsNature Of Allotropes Of CarbonConclusionFAQs

Chapter1

IntroductionMovement of Molecules in PlantsImportance of Mineral Nutrition in PlantsMicronutrientsMicronutrientsImportance of TranspirationFactors Affecting TranspirationStructure and Function of Xylem and PhloemConclusionFAQs

Chapter2

IntroductionReproduction TypesTypes Of Asexual ReproductionSexual Reproduction In PlantsVegetative PropagationPollinationArtificial Propagation By TissueConclusionFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionTypes of EcosystemsEcosystem FunctionsDifference between Natural Ecosystem and Artificial EcosystemConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

IntroductionEndocrine SystemHormonesAge of AdolescenceCirculatory systemNervous systemConclusion

Chapter5

IntroductionHealth and hygieneHygieneDiseaseImmunityConclusion

Chapter6

IntroductionFood ProductionDifferent types of Production of FoodGreen RevolutionOrganic FarmingConclusion

Chapter1

IntroductionHistory of ArithmeticArithmetic operationsWhat Are Rational And Irrational Numbers? Rational Vs. Irrational NumbersConclusionFAQs

Chapter2

IntroductionSimple and Compound Interest Simple InterestCompound Interest Growth and Depreciation ConclusionFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionIntroduction to Algebra Expansions Factorisation Simultaneous Linear Equations in Two VariablesExponents or IndicesConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

IntroductionIntroduction to Geometry Triangles and Types of Triangles Proportionality TheoremPythagoras TheoremRectilinear Figures Formulas for Rectilinear Figures or PolygonsCircleConclusionFAQs

Chapter13

IntroductionCollection of dataPresentation of dataGraphical Representation of dataUngrouped dataFAQs

Chapter6

IntroductionArea and Perimeter of a TriangleArea and Circumference of a CircleSolids Surface - Area and Volume of Cube and CuboidsArea and Volume of CuboidConclusionFAQs

Chapter7

IntroductionTrigonometric RatiosAngles in TrigonometryConcept of Trigonometric Ratios of Complementary AnglesTrigonometry in MathematicsTrigonometry ApplicationsConclusionFAQs

Chapter8

IntroductionGeometry of Co-ordinatesWhat are a Co-ordinate and a Co-ordinate Plane?Cartesian SystemOrdinate and AbscissaSolving Simultaneous Linear EquationsElimination Method for Solving Linear EquationsSubstitution Method for Solving Linear EquationsPlotting of Points in the Plane for Given CoordinatesConclusionFAQs

Chapter1

IntroductionInternational System Of UnitsMeasurement Of LengthMeasurement Of TimeWorking principle of Simple PendulumConclusionFAQs

Chapter2

IntroductionWhat is a Particle?What do you mean by Motion in one dimension?What is the meaning of the frame of reference?DistanceScalar and vector quantitiesSpeedVelocityDisplacementAccelerationGraphical Representation Of MotionConclusionFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionContact And Non-Contact ForcesNewton's First Law Of MotionNewton's Second Law Of MotionNewton's Third Law Of MotionGravitationUniversal Law Of GravitationConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

IntroductionPressure applied on the liquid columnPascal’s lawBuoyancy And Archimedes PrincipleApplication of Buoyancy and Archimedes PrincipleConclusionFAQs

Chapter5

IntroductionConcepts Of Heat And TemperatureAnomalous Expansion Of WaterGlobal Warming and the Greenhouse EffectLaw of ThermodynamicsEnergy SourcesRenewable Versus Non-Renewable Sources Of EnergyFAQs

Chapter6

IntroductionIntroduction to LightReflection of LightLaws of ReflectionProperties of Mirror Images formed by a Pair of Parallel And Perpendicular Plane MirrorsTypes of MirrorsUses of Spherical MirrorsCharacteristics of Images Formed in a Pair of MirrorsLocation of Images Formed in the Plane MirrorImages Formed By a Pair of Parallel and Perpendicular Plane MirrorsConclusionFAQs

Chapter7

IntroductionPropagation of SoundNature of Sound WavesFactors Affecting the Speed of SoundInfrasonic SoundUltrasonic SoundSupersonic SoundComparison of Speed of Sound in Different MediumUltrasonic Frequencies and their ApplicationsConclusionFAQs

Chapter8

IntroductionElectric CurrentInstruments Measuring CurrentSources of Direct CurrentIntroduction to MagnetismEarth's Magnetic FieldCause of Earth's MagnetismConclusionFAQs

Chapter1

IntroductionWriting Chemical FormulaeChemical EquationRelative Atomic MassRelative Molecular MassPercentage CompositionThe Percentage Composition FormulaEmpirical Formula of a CompoundHow is the Empirical Formula Calculated?ConclusionFAQs

Chapter2

IntroductionTypes of Chemical ReactionsEnergy Change in Chemical ReactionsPhotochemical ReactionElectrochemical ReactionConclusionFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionWhat are water and the water properties?SolutionsHydrated and anhydrous solutionsProperties of Hydrated and Anhydrous SubstancesSoft and hard waterConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

IntroductionDefinition of an AtomDiscovery of an AtomDiscovery of NeutronsBohr's Atomic ModelAtomic NumberSome Important ConceptsConclusionFAQs

Chapter5

IntroductionDobereiner’s Triad and Newland’s law of octavesWhat is the Modern Periodic Table?Atomic Number As the Basis of Modern Periodic TableMerits of the Modern Periodic TableConclusionFAQs

Chapter6

IntroductionPhysical Properties of HydrogenChemical Properties of HydrogenThe Preparation and Collection of HydrogenWhat are the major impurities in Hydrogen, and how to remove them?Industrial Manufacture Of HydrogenManufacture of Hydrogen by Bosch ProcessManufacture of Hydrogen from Water - ElectrolysisReaction of Hydrogen with MetalsReaction of Hydrogen with Non-MetalsPrecautions to be taken in the preparation of HydrogenOxidation And Reduction ReactionsHydrogen From Water Dilute Acids And AlkalisConclusionFAQs

Chapter7

IntroductionWhat are Gas Laws?Studying Gas LawsBoyle's LawCharles's LawGay-Lussac's LawAvogadro's LawCombined Gas LawRelationship Between Kelvin Scale and Celsius Scale of TemperatureConclusionFAQs

Chapter8

IntroductionAcid RainComposition of Acid RainCauses of Acid RainEffects of Acid RainGreenhouse EffectGlobal WarmingFormation of OzoneDestruction of the Ozone LayerConclusionFAQs

Chapter1

IntroductionThe CellProtoplasmProkaryotes and EukaryotesDifferences Between an Animal and a Plant CellTissuesTypes of Animal TissueTypes of Plant CellStructure of Plant and Animal CellConclusionFAQs

Chapter2

IntroductionVegetative PropagationTypes of Propagation of VegetationStructure of a Bisexual FlowerPollinationConclusionFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionSeedThe structure of Dicot SeedThe Structure of Monocot SeedGermination of SeedsDifferences between Epigeal and Hypogeal GerminationConditions necessary for Seed GerminationConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

IntroductionUnderstanding EcosystemsInteraction Between Biotic and Abiotic FactorsA Brief Outline of Five-Kingdom ClassificationEconomic Importance of BacteriaEconomic Importance of FungiConclusionFAQs

Chapter5

IntroductionHuman AnatomyHuman PhysiologyConclusionFAQs

Chapter1

IntroductionIntroduction to Commercial MathematicsGoods and Services Tax (GST)BankingShares and DividendsConclusionFAQs

Chapter2

IntroductionIntroduction to Algebra Linear InequalitiesFactorisation of Polynomials Quadratic Equations in One Variable Ratio and Proportion MatricesCoordinate Geometry Distance formula of coordinate geometry:Arithmetic ProgressionConclusionFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionTools for ConstructionConstructionsConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

IntroductionPerimeterArea and volume of solidsArea and volume of a cylinderArea and volume of coneArea and volume of a sphereApplications of mensurationConclusionFAQs

Chapter5

IntroductionTrigonometryApplications of TrigonometryUsing Identities to Solve Simple Algebraic Trigonometric ExpressionsWhat are the Trigonometric Ratios of the Complementary Angles?ConclusionFAQs

Chapter6

IntroductionDifferent Types of DataTypes of Data RepresentationMeanMedianModeConclusionFAQs

Chapter7

IntroductionUnderstanding the Concept of ProbabilityFormula of ProbabilityTypes of ProbabilityHow Can You Determine the Probability of an Event?Essential Terms of Probability That You Should KnowExamples

Chapter1

IntroductionContact and Non-Contact ForcesUniform Circular MotionDifferent Types of EnergyTurning Forces ConceptPrinciple of Conservation of EnergyConclusionFAQs

Chapter2

IntroductionRefraction of LightApplications of Refraction of LightTotal Internal ReflectionApplications of Total Internal ReflectionLensesScattering of Light Using a Triangular PrismVisible Spectrum From White LightConclusionFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionReflection of SoundLoudnessPitch and Quality of SoundForced Vibrations and ResonanceConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

IntroductionThe Fundamental Concept of ElectricityThe Fundamental Concept of MagnetismOhm’s LawEquation of Ohm’s LawElectrical Power and EnergyConclusionFAQs

Chapter5

IntroductionMeaning of HeatWays of Heat Energy TransferHeat SpecificLatent HeatConclusionFAQs

Chapter6

IntroductionThermionic EmissionRadioactivityNuclear StructureAtomic Number ZMass NumberRadioactivityConclusionFAQs

Chapter1

IntroductionPeriodic Properties and Variations of PropertiesAtomic SizeArrangement of ElementsIonisationElectron AffinityElectronegativityPeriodicity Based on Atomic Number for ElementsConclusionFAQs

Chapter2

IntroductionTypes of Chemical BondingDefinition of Electrovalent BondStructure of Electrovalent CompoundsTurning Forces ConceptaDefinition of Co-ordinate BondCharacteristic Properties of Covalent CompoundsConclusionFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionDefinition of SaltsTypes of SaltsGeneral Properties of SaltsLaboratory Preparation of SaltsDecomposition Of Hydrogen CarbonatesConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

IntroductionThe Action of Sodium Hydroxide Solution on Metallic Salt SolutionsThe Action of Ammonium Hydroxide on Specific Salt SolutionsThe Action of Alkalis on Certain MetalsThe Action of Alkalis on Metals OxidesConclusionFAQs

Chapter5

IntroductionRelative Atomic Mass (Atomic weight)Avogadro's LawApplications of Avogadro's LawPercentage composition of a compound by massEmpirical FormulaMolecular FormulaConclusionFAQs

Chapter6

IntroductionNon-electrolytesElectrolysisCharacteristics of ElectrolysisElectrodesAnodeCathodeIonsElectrochemical seriesExamples of ElectrolysisApplication of ElectrolysisConclusionFAQs

Chapter7

IntroductionComparison of Metals and Non-MetalsOccurrence of Metals in NatureMetallurgyProcess of MetallurgyExtraction of AluminiumUses of AluminiumConclusionFAQs

Chapter8

IntroductionStudy Of Compounds Hydrogen Chloride Physical PropertiesChemical Properties of HClHow is HCl manufactured?AmmoniaNitric AcidSulphuric AcidConclusionFAQs

Chapter9

IntroductionIntroduction To Organic CompoundsHomologous SeriesSimple Nomenclature HydrocarbonsAlkanesAlkenesAlkynesAlcohols StructureTypes of AlcoholIsomerismTypes of IsomersConclusionFAQs

Chapter1

IntroductionWhat are Cells?Genetic Cell Cycle and Cell DivisionStructure of ChromosomeMendel’s Laws of InheritanceConclusionFAQs

Chapter2

IntroductionRoots and its CharacteristicsFunctions of RootsWhat is Photosynthesis?Transportation in Plants (Concept of Xylem and Phloem)ConclusionFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionHuman bodyAnatomy and physiology of various organ systems in a human bodyConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

IntroductionPhysical healthDimensions of HealthHygieneSome practices to ensure better hygiene and health.Antiseptic and disinfectantsHealth organisationsConclusionFAQs

Chapter5

IntroductionWhat is pollution?Types of pollutionSources of pollutionPollutantsEffects of PollutionConclusionFAQs