Download IX Chemistry Book with Notes 

Back to Main 
 CONTENTS
 
1 Introduction to Chemistry.
  1.1 What is Chemistry (Definition And Its Importance)
  1.2 Landmarks in the history of chemistry
  1.3 Chemistry and society
  1.4 Branches of chemistry
  1.5 The scientific approach in chemistry
  Summary
2 Chemical Combination.
  2.1 Laws Of Chemical Combinations
  2.2 Atomic Mass
  2.3 Mole
  2.4 Chemical Reaction Or Chemical Change
  Summary
3 Atomic Structure.
  3.1 Introduction
  3.2 Discovery Of Electrons
  3.3 Rutherford Atomic Model
  3.4 Electronic Configuration Based On Bohr's Model
  Summary
4 Periodicity Of Elements.
  4.1 The Search For A Classification
   
4.1.1
Dobereinerís Classification
   
4.1.2
Newland's Classification
   
4.1.3
Lother Meyer's Classification
   
4.1.4
Mendeleev's Classification
   
4.1.5
Modern Periodic Table
    4.1.6 Periods
   
4.1.7
Group
   
4.1.8
Non-metals, Metalloids and Transition Metals in Periodic Table
  4.2
Some Periodic Properties Of Atoms
   
4.2.1
Atomic Radii
   
4.2.2
Ionization Energy
   
4.2.3
Electron Affinity
   
4.2.4
Electro negativity
  Summary
5 Chemical Bonding
  5.1 Introduction
  5.2 Formation Of Chemical Bonds
  5.3 Types Of Chemical Bonds
  5.4 Ionic Bond Or Electrovalent Bond
  5.5 Covalent Bond
  5.6 Co-Ordinate Covalent Bond Or Dative Covalent Bond
  5.7 Metallic Bonding
  5.8 Inter-Molecular Forces (Vander Waals's Forces)
  Summary
6 States of Matter
  6.1 Common States Of Matter
  6.2 Diffusion In Gases And Liquids
  6.3 Brownian Movement
  Summary
7 Solution And Suspension
  7.1 Solution
  7.2 Factors Affecting Solubility
  7.3 Unsaturated, Saturated And Super Saturated Solutions
  7.4 Crystallization
  7.5 Strengths Of A Solution
  7.6 Suspension
  Summary
8 Electrochemistry
  8.1 Electrolytes And Non-Electrolytes
  8.2 Electrolysis Or Electrolytic Conduction
  8.3 Faraday's Laws Of Electrolysis
  8.4 Uses Of Electrolysis
  8.5 Electrochemical Cells
  8.6 Batteries
  Summary
9 Acid, Bases and Salts
  9.1 Acid and bases
  9.2 Properties Of Acids And Bases
  9.3 Dissociation Of Acids And Bases (Acid Strength And Base Strength)
  9.4 Salts
  9.5 Dissociation Of Water (The Acid-Base Properties Of Water):
  9.6 Acid-Base Titration
  Summary
10 Chemical Energetics
  10.1 Exothermic And Endothermic Reactions
  10.2 Heat Contents Of Reaction
  10.3 Measurement Of Heat Of Reaction
  Summary
     
   
   
     
     
 
 
   
Home | About Us | Notes | Animation | Career Guidance | Tuition | Wisdom | Contact Us
© All Copyright Reserved to www.mynoteslibrary.com