NCERT Exemplar Problems class 12 Chemistry

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NCERT Exemplar Problems class 12 Chemistry

Chapter 1: Solid State

The constituent particles are systematically arranged. On its basis the structure of crystal forms. The smallest particle of a crystal is called unit cell and in the crystal, these unit cells are arranged in three-dimensional directions. Such arrangement is called lattice structure.

Chapter 2: Solutions

Polar solute dissolves in polar solvent and non polar solute dissolves in non polar solvent and forms homogeneous mixture (solution). If the number of -OH group is more in a solute, then it is more soluble in water. Most of polar solutes dissolve in polar solvents.

Chapter 3: Electrochemistry

The reaction taking place in electrochemical cell is a redox reaction. In electrochemical cell, chemical energy is transformed into electrical energy produce electrical energy. Electrochemical cell is known as voltaic or galvanic cell.

Chapter 4: Chemical Kinetics

The study of rate of chemical reaction is called chemical kinetics. It is independent of thermodynamics, equilibrium etc., but all the three are associated with the result of the product.

Chapter 5: Surface Chemistry

The study of chemistry regarding the boundary separating two bulk states or phases is called surface chemistry. This boundary surface is known as interface. It is expressed as hyphen ( – ) or slash ( / ). Dissolution, crystallization, catalysis, metallic corrosion are surface phenomena.

Chapter 6: General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements

Metals and non-metals are associated with human life for very long time. We use these metals in pure form or their alloys formed by metals combined with other substances. Many reactions and processes are to be used for obtaining such metals.

Chapter 7: The p – Block Elements

Chapter 8: The d – and f – Block Elements

Chapter 9: Coordinate Compounds

Chapter 10: Haloalkanes and Haloarenes

Chapter 11: Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers

Chapter 12: Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids

Chapter 13: Amines

Chapter 14: Biomolecules

Chapter 15: Polymers

Chapter 16: Chemistry in Everyday Life


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