Inorganic Chemistry for JEE Main & Advanced

Inorganic Chemistry for JEE Main & Advanced

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Product Name : A Textbook of Inorganic Chemistry for JEE Main & Advanced and Other Engineering Entrances
Code : B002
Author : Dr. RK Gupta
ISBN : 9789350944059
Pages : 944
 
 

 

 
Key Features 

• Detailed “theory” is given with Principles & laws, figures and chemical reactions to understand the topic well. 

• Every chapter starts with “Quick Points” that includes formulas & concepts. 

• 2 leveled practice exercises are given at the end of chapter included subjective questions. 

• In the end of every chapter “Master Exercises” are provided includes Comprehension based questions, True/False, Fill in the blanks, Assertion-Reason, Matrix-Match Type questions, Integer-Answer types, MCQs with One and More than one correct options, very Short and Analytical Questions. 

• Provides Brain-Twisters, especially of Olympiad Aspirants. 

• Detailed solutions are given at the end of every chapter for clear the concepts. 

Table of Contents 

• 1. Fundamental Concepts of Inorganic Chemistry 

• Matter and Energy 
• Laws of Chemical Combination 
• Atomic Number, Mass Number and Isotopes 
• The Mole 
• Physical and Chemical Changes 
• Dalton and Constitution of Matter 
• Equivalent Weight 
• Per Cent Composition and Empirical Formula 

• 2. Chemical Bonding 

• Ionic Bonding 
• Coordinate Bonding 
• VSEPR Theory 
• Sigma and PI Bonds 
• Hybridisation 
• Bonding in Complexes 
• Fajan’s Rule 
• Resonance 
• Covalent Bonding 
• Formal Charge 
• Assessing the Molecular Shapes 
• Valence Bond Theory 
• Molecular Orbital Theory 
• Dipole Moment 
• Hydrogen Bonding 
• Metallic Bonding 

• 3. Periodicity of Elements 

• The Origin of the Periodic Table 
• Periodicity 
• Shielding (Screening) Effect and Effective Nuclear Charge 
• Size of an Atom and Ion 
• Electron Affinity 
• Metallic Nature 
• Acid-Base Character of Oxides 
• Melting Points and Boiling Points 
• Atomic Volume 
• Classification of the Elements in Blocks 
• Valency and Oxidation Number 
• Ionisation Energy 
• Electronegativity 
• Hydration and Hydration Energy 
• Hydrides 
• Density 

• 4. Oxidation-Reduction 

• Oxidation Number and Oxidation State 
• How to Balance a Redox Reaction? 
• Equivalent Weights 
• Oxidation and Reduction 
• Balanced Redox Reactions 

• 5. Radioactivity 

• Radioactivity 
• Theory of Radioactive Disintegration 
• Nuclear Reactions 
• Nuclear Fusion 
• Binding Energy and Packing Fraction 
• Radiations and Matter: Detection and Biological Effects 
• Units of Radioactivity 
• Nuclear Stability 
• Nuclear Fission 
• Artificial Radioactivity 
• Applications of Radioactive Isotopes 

• 6. Chemical Equations and Reactions 

• Chemical Equations 
• Limiting Reactants 
• Sequential Reactions 
• Stoichiometry 
• Yields of Chemical Reactions 

• 7. Volumetric 

• Titrimetry 
• Mole Fraction 
• Molarity (M) 
• Equivalent Mass and Normality 
• Acid-Base Titrations 
• Iodometric/Iodimetric Titrations 
• Methods of Expressing Concentration of a Solution 
• Per Cent Concentration 
• Molality (m) 
• Volumetric Titrations 
• Redox Titrations 

• 8. s-Block Elements – The Alkali Metals 

• Introduction 
• Study of Group 1 (IA) – The Alkali Metals 
• Compounds of Potassium 
• Additional Reactions and Facts of Alkali Metals 1A 
• Periodicity at a Glance 
• Compounds of Sodium 
• Diagonal Relationship – Anomalous Behaviour of Lithium 

• 9. s-Block Elements – The Alkaline Earth Metals 

• Reactions of Alkaline Earth Metals 
• Compounds of Alkaline Earth Metals 
• Additional Reactions and Facts 
• Periodicity at a Glance 
• Anomalous Behaviour of Beryllium 
• Alkaline Earth Metal Compounds 

• 10. Hydrogen and Its Compounds 

• Hydrogen 
• Hydrogen Peroxide 

• 11. p-Block Elements – Boron Family (Group 13) 

• Group 13(IIIA) (The Boron Family) 
• Compounds of Aluminium 
• Compounds of Boron 

• 12. Group 14 (IVA – The Carbon Family) 

• Group 14 (IVA – The Carbon Family) Study of Properties 
• Compounds of Carbon 
• The Carbon Cycle and Green-House Effect 
• Compounds of Silicon 
• Compounds of Lead 
• Compounds of Graphite 
• Silicon 
• Compounds of Tin 

• 13. Group 15 (VA – The Nitrogen Family) 

• Group 15 – Periodicity 
• Study of Phosphorus and Its Compounds 
• Study of Nitrogen and Its Compounds 

• 14. Group 16 (VIA – The Chalcogens) 

• Periodicity in Group 16 (VIA – The Chalcogens) 
• Allotropy and Polymorphism of Sulphur 
• Ozone (O3) 
• Study of Compounds of Group 16 (VIA) 

• 15. Group 17 (VIIA – The Halogen Family) 

• Gradation of Physical Properties 
• Interhalogen Compounds 
• Anomalous Behaviour of Fluorine 
• Oxoacids of Halogen 
• Study of Halogens (X2) 
• Pseudohalogens and Pseudohalides 
• Halogen Acids 
• Oxides of Halogen 

• 16. The Transition and Inner Transition Elements 

• Transition Elements (d-Block) 
• Compounds 
• Physical Properties 
• Inner-Transition Elements (f-Block) 

• 17. Metallurgical Extraction 

• The Occurrence and Isolation of the Elements 
• Extraction of Magnesium 
• Extraction of Tin 
• Extraction of Aluminium 
• Extraction of Zinc 
• Extraction of Copper 
• Extraction of Lead 
• Extraction of Silver 
• Extraction of Iron 

• 18. Coordination Compounds 

• Double Salts and Coordination Compounds 
• Coordination Number 
• Effective Atomic Number 
• Werner Theory of Coordination Compounds 
• Stability Constants and Stability of Coordination Compounds 
• Ligands 
• Nomenclature 
• Isomerism in Complexes 
• Bonding in Complexes 

• 19. Salt Analysis 

• Physical Examination 
• Analysis of basic (Cation) Radicals 
• One Reagent for Testing Different Ions 
• Analysis of Acid (Anion) Radicals 
• Dry Tests 

• 20. Group 18 (VIII – The Noble Gases) 

• Discovery 
• Position of Noble Gases in the Periodic Table 
• Structure of Xenon Compounds 
• Isolation of the Elements 
• Periodic Properties 
• Study of Compounds of Group 18 


• Appendices 
 

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