Inorganic Chemistry for Joint Entrance Examination JEE (Advanced) – Part 2, a Cengage Learning Exam Crack Series product, is designed to help aspiring engineers focus on the subject of inorganic chemistry from two standpoints
- To develop their caliber, aptitude and attitude for the engineering field and profession.
- To strengthen their grasp and understanding of the concepts of the subjects of study and their applicability at the grassroots level.
Each book in this series approaches the subject in a very conceptual and coherent manner. While its illustrative and solved examples will facilitate easy mastering of the concepts and their applications, an array of solved problems will expose the students to the variety and nature of questions that they can expect to face in the examination. The coverage and features of this series of books make it highly useful for all those preparing for JEE (Advanced) and aspiring to become engineers.
- Includes questions and problems from previous years papers, which will help students understand the pattern of the questions asked in the examination.
- Features all types of problems asked in the examination
- Subjective type
- Single correct answer type
- Multiple correct answers type
- Assertion reasoning type
- Linked comprehension type
- Matching column type
- Integer type
- Archives (Up-to-date previous years questions)
- Provides exercises and problems with their complete solutions.
- Includes access to free tests available on Android and Web. These tests are based on previous years JEE papers.
About the Author
Dr K.S. Verma is an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry, Ramjas College, University of Delhi. He has been teaching chemistry to undergraduate students for more than three decades. Dr Verma has attended various chemistry seminars and conferences world over. His research papers have been published in several national and international journals of repute
Table of Contents
1. General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements
2. p-Block Group 15 Elements – The Nitrogen Family
3. p-Block Group 16 Elements – The Oxygen Family
4. p-Block Group 17 Elements – The Halogen Family
5. p-Block Group 18 Elements – The Inert Gases
6. d-and f-Block Elements
7. Coordination Compounds
8. Qualitative Inorganic Salt Analysis