Rapid chemistry is a quick revision book, developed for CBSE and ICSE students. It gives a quick glance of all the NCERT and ICSE book topics of undergraduate level. It contains all the important concept topic wise along with the practical chemistry. This book is for better understanding of all tough Chemistry concepts and it gives overview of all the principles and concepts for students. Using this book students can brush up their chemistry concepts and principles. As per its name, Rapid Chemistry book is a crash course book for CBSE students.
Table of Content:
Atoms, Molecules and Chemical Arithmetic States of Matter Atomic Structure Chemical Bonding Solutions Energetics Equilibrium Redox Reactions Electrochemistry Kinetics Nuclear Chemistry Surface Chemistry
Periodic Properties Metallurgy Hydrogen and Its Compounds s-Block Elements p-Block Elements Transition Elements Complex Compounds
Basic Organic Chemistry Purification and Analysis Hydrocarbons Alkyl and Aryl Halides Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers Aldehydes and Ketones Carboxylic Acids and their Derivatives Nitrogen Containing Compounds Polymers Biochemistry Chemistry in Action Practical Chemistry
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