ICSE Chemistry: Extraction of Metals (NOTES)

Here’s an easy way to remember the reactions and other necessary details for the extraction of metals such as sodium, potassium, calcium, and aluminum, as required for the ICSE Class 10 Chemistry Board Exam.


Here’s a link to the PDF file for the aforementioned notes:

ICSE NOTES – Extraction of Metals (Handwritten)

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11 thoughts on “ICSE Chemistry: Extraction of Metals (NOTES)

    • ICSE Helper says:

      Hi Aritro,

      Thanks for visiting!

      That’s a great idea! We have taken your request into consideration. While we currently cannot promise anything, we will do our best to make a note for the same before your board exams begin.

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  1. ravi says:

    you have worse notes about extraction of metals.you should write different process of metallury and also about vapour-phase refining and zone refining.Have you no sense what children want?


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