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CONTENTSNo. Chapter Name P. No.131415161718192021222324s AND p - BLOCK ELEMENTSd AND f BLOCK ELEMENTSORGANIC COMPOUNDSHYDROCARBONSALKYL HALIDE AND AMINEALCOHOL, PHENOLS AND ETHRSALDEHYDES AND KETONESCARBONYL COMPOUNDSBIOCHEMISTRYINDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRYENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRYANALYTICAL CHEMISTRYReference BooksPeriodic TableTable of Atomic MassesTable of Electronic Configuratoin664104118176204224250274310340368

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    62iv.Why all group 1 metals have lo

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    14d AND f - BLOCK ELEMENTSTRANSITIO

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    74Example:Ethylenediamenetetracetat

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    7814.3.4 Color of Complexes14 d and

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    90Ethene, for example, is oxidised

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    100xvii. The color of Mn 2+ in hydr

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    15ORGANIC COMPOUNDSAfter completing

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    10415 Organic CompoundsQuick Quiz1.

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    10615 Organic Compounds3. Shelter:

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    10815 Organic CompoundsQuick QuizWh

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    110CarboxylicAcid15 Organic Compoun

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    112Reactions:2Na + S → Na2SNa + N

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    11415 Organic CompoundsRutin - used

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    11816 Hydrocarbonsto form a triple

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    12016 Hydrocarbons1. Locate the lar

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    12216 HydrocarbonsActivity1:- Name

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    12416 Hydrocarbonsn-pentaneisopenta

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    12616 HydrocarbonsCyclopropaneC3H6C

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    12816 HydrocarbonsOxidation: more C

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    14216 HydrocarbonsRotation about pi

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    14616 Hydrocarbons(b) CH3CH2CH2CH=C

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    14816 Hydrocarbons(a) A vicinal dih

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    15016 HydrocarbonsDissolving Metal

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    15616 HydrocarbonsFig. 16.17Accordi

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    16016 HydrocarbonsThis is commercia

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    16216 HydrocarbonsReaction Reagents

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    16416 HydrocarbonsExplanation and E

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    16616 HydrocarbonsFriedel-Crafts Ac

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    16816 HydrocarbonsOther examples of

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    17016 Hydrocarbons Configurational

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    17216 Hydrocarbons18. Ethanol and d

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    186(ii)Nature of Base:17 Alkyl Hali

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