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1. Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry 1-18
2. Structure of Atom 19-38
3.	 Classification 	of 	Elements	 and	Periodicity	in 	Properties 39-52
4.	 Chemical	Bonding	and	Molecular	Structure 53-76
5.	 States	of	Matter 77-94
6.	 Thermodynamics 95-110
7.	 Equilibrium 111-134
8.	 Redox	Reactions 135-146
9.	 Hydrogen	 147-156
10.	 The 	s-Block	Elements 157-168
11.	 The 	p-Block	Elements 	(Group	 13 	 and	 14) 169-180
12.	 Organic	Chemistry	–	Some	 Basic	Principles	and 	T echniques 181-202
13.	 Hydrocarbons 203-226
14.	 Environmental	Chemistry 227-238
15.	 The 	Solid 	State 239-254
16. Solutions  255-274
17.	 Electrochemistry 275-294
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Contents
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1. Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry 1-18
2. Structure of Atom 19-38
3.	 Classification 	of 	Elements	 and	Periodicity	in 	Properties 39-52
4.	 Chemical	Bonding	and	Molecular	Structure 53-76
5.	 States	of	Matter 77-94
6.	 Thermodynamics 95-110
7.	 Equilibrium 111-134
8.	 Redox	Reactions 135-146
9.	 Hydrogen	 147-156
10.	 The 	s-Block	Elements 157-168
11.	 The 	p-Block	Elements 	(Group	 13 	 and	 14) 169-180
12.	 Organic	Chemistry	–	Some	 Basic	Principles	and 	T echniques 181-202
13.	 Hydrocarbons 203-226
14.	 Environmental	Chemistry 227-238
15.	 The 	Solid 	State 239-254
16. Solutions  255-274
17.	 Electrochemistry 275-294
(iii)
Contents
18. Chemical Kinetics 295-316
19. Surface Chemistry 317-332
20.	 General	Principles	and	Processes 	 of	 Isolation	 of	Elements 333-344
21.	 The 	p-Block	Elements 	(Group	 15,	16,	 17	and 	18) 345-366
22.	 The 	d-and	f-Block	Elements 367-382
23.	 Coordination	Compounds 383-404
24.	 Haloalkanes 	and	Haloarenes 405-422
25.	 Alcohols,	Phenols 	and 	Ethers 423-440
26.	 Aldehydes,	Ketones 	&	Carboxylic 	 acids 441-462
27. Amines  463-478
28. Biomolecules 479-498
29.	 Polymers	 499-510
30.	 Chemistry	In 	Everyday 	Life 511-520
Mock Test - 1   MT-1-6
Mock Test - 2    MT-7-12
Mock Test - 3    MT-13-20
Mock Test - 4    MT-21-26
Mock Test - 5    MT-27-32
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EBD_7207
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EBD_7207
1. Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry 1-18
2. Structure of Atom 19-38
3.	 Classification 	of 	Elements	 and	Periodicity	in 	Properties 39-52
4.	 Chemical	Bonding	and	Molecular	Structure 53-76
5.	 States	of	Matter 77-94
6.	 Thermodynamics 95-110
7.	 Equilibrium 111-134
8.	 Redox	Reactions 135-146
9.	 Hydrogen	 147-156
10.	 The 	s-Block	Elements 157-168
11.	 The 	p-Block	Elements 	(Group	 13 	 and	 14) 169-180
12.	 Organic	Chemistry	–	Some	 Basic	Principles	and 	T echniques 181-202
13.	 Hydrocarbons 203-226
14.	 Environmental	Chemistry 227-238
15.	 The 	Solid 	State 239-254
16. Solutions  255-274
17.	 Electrochemistry 275-294
(iii)
Contents
18. Chemical Kinetics 295-316
19. Surface Chemistry 317-332
20.	 General	Principles	and	Processes 	 of	 Isolation	 of	Elements 333-344
21.	 The 	p-Block	Elements 	(Group	 15,	16,	 17	and 	18) 345-366
22.	 The 	d-and	f-Block	Elements 367-382
23.	 Coordination	Compounds 383-404
24.	 Haloalkanes 	and	Haloarenes 405-422
25.	 Alcohols,	Phenols 	and 	Ethers 423-440
26.	 Aldehydes,	Ketones 	&	Carboxylic 	 acids 441-462
27. Amines  463-478
28. Biomolecules 479-498
29.	 Polymers	 499-510
30.	 Chemistry	In 	Everyday 	Life 511-520
Mock Test - 1   MT-1-6
Mock Test - 2    MT-7-12
Mock Test - 3    MT-13-20
Mock Test - 4    MT-21-26
Mock Test - 5    MT-27-32
(iv)
EBD_7207
FACT/DEFINITION TYPE QUESTIONS
1. A mixture of sand and iodine can be separated by
(a) crystallisation (b) distillation
(c) sublimation (d) fractionation
2. Difference in density is the basis of
(a) ultrafiltration (b) molecular sieving
(c) molecular attraction (d) gravity separation
3. Which of the following is an example of a heterogeneous
substance?
(a) Bottled water (b) Table salt
(c) Pieces of copper (d) Candle
4. Which of the following substances cannot be separated in
to its constituents by physical methods?
(a) Sugar and water solution
(b) Salt and sugar
(c) Solid glucose
(d) Both (a) and (b)
5. Which of the following pair of substances contain
element and compound within a pair ?
(A)O
2
, CH
4
(B) H
2
, O
2
(C) N
2
, CO
2
(D) Na, CO
(a) A, C, D (b) B only
(c) C and D (d) All of these
6. Which of the following statements about a compound is
incorrect?
(a) A molecule of a compound has atoms of different
elements.
(b) A compound cannot be separated into its constituent
elements by physical methods of separation.
(c) A compound retains the physical properties of its
constituent elements.
(d) The ratio of atoms of different elements in a compound
is fixed.
7. Choose the correct combination
Element Compound Mixture
(a) Ammonia       Sodium Air
(b) Water              Sugar Aqueous sugar solution
(c) Hydrogen      Oxygen Water
(d) Silver              Water Air
SOME BASIC CONCEPTS OF
CHEMISTRY
1
8. Choose the correct statement.
(a) The particle s in liquids are more closely held than
gases but less free to move than solids.
(b) The particles of solids are arranged in orderly fashion
but they can move as freely as liquids.
(c) The particles of gases are far apart as compared to
solids and liquids and their movement is easy and
fast.
(d) The particles of gases moves faster than liquids only
when the gases are heated.
9. A mixture contains two or more substances in ________
which are called its ________.
(a) fixed ratio, compounds
(b) fixed ratio, elements
(c) any ratio, components
(d) any ratio, elements
10. Which one of these is not a pure compound?
(a)O
3
(b) H
2
O
2
(c)H
2
O (d) Sucrose solution
11. One fermi is
(a) 10
–15
 cm (b) 10
–13
 cm
(c) 10
–10
 cm (d) 10
–12
 cm
12. The prefix 10
18
 is
(a) giga (b) kilo
(c) e xa (d) nano
13. The prefix zepto stands for (in m)
(a) 10
9
(b) 10
–12
(c) 10
–15
(d) 10
–21
14. The unit J Pa
–1
 is equivalent to
(a)m
3
(b) cm
3
(c) dm
3
(d) None of these
15. Which has highest weight ?
(a) 1 m
3
 of water (b) A normal adult man
(c) 10 litre of Hg (d) All have same weight
16. Which one of the following set of units represents the
smallest and largest amount of energy respectively?
(a) J and erg (b) erg and cal
(c) cal and eV (d) eV and L-atm
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