Problems in Inorganic Chemistry

Problems in Inorganic Chemistry

Authors : Dr. R L Madan

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About the Author

Dr. R L Madan :-
He has over 35 years experience of teaching chemistry at different levels. He has done extensive research work in the areas of adsorption, catalysis and surface chemistry at the Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi. He has to his credit 15 research papers in the areas of adsorption, catalysis, polymers and superconductivity published in different national and international journals.
He started his teaching career at Government Postgraduate College, Gurgaon. He has held positions of Head of the Chemistry Department, Government Postgraduate College, Faridabad and Principal, Government College, Panchkula and Tigaon (Faridabad). He is a recipient of UNESCO and Swedish Institute Fellowships and has authored a number of books on Chemistry and Environmental Education.

About the Book

The book, Problems in Inorganic Chemistry is a complete offering for aspirants of medical and engineering entrance examinations. This book provides comprehensive study material based on CBSE, ISC and State Board syllabi of classes XI and XII for aspirants.

Salient Features

• Questions arranged topic-wise in an easy-to-understand manner.
• Key points are given at the beginning of each chapter to understand the problem
• A separate chapter is devoted to nomenclature of coordination compounds.
• Value-based questions separately for Class XI and XII are given.

Table of Content

1. Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties, 2. Chemical Bonding and
Molecular Structure, 3. Redox Reactions, 4. Hydrogen, 5. The s-Block Elements, 6. The p-Block Elements (Groups 13 and 14), 7. General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements, 8. The p-Block Elements (Groups 15 to 18), 9. The d-and f-Block Elements, 10. Nomenclature of Coordination Compounds, 11. Coordination  ompounds, 12. Terms and Processes in Inorganic Chemistry • Appendix-I: Value-Based Questions