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Chapter State of Matter #2 Liquids Free Downloadable pdf Notes

Chemistry Chapter State of Matter #2 Liquids Notes Watch Now !! -> Properties of Liquids ( in Urdu / Hindi) -> Postulates of Kinetic Molecular Theory of Liquids Watch -> Dipole Dipole forces Watch -> What is hydrogen bonding? Watch now !! -> Types of hydrogen bonding -> How many hydrogen bonds a water molecule …

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State of Matter #1 Gases Free Downloadable pdf Notes

Chemistry Chapter State of Matter #1 Gases Notes (Full Chapter) >> Watch -> Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases in Urdu / Hindi >> Watch -> Boyle’s Law and its Experimental Verification ( in Urdu / Hindi) >> Watch -> Charle’s Law with Examples ( in Urdu / Hindi) >> Watch -> Ideal Gas Equation and …

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Theories of Covalent Bonding Free Downloadable pdf Notes

Chemistry chapter theories of covalent bonding and shapes of molecules Notes Watch Valence shell electron pair repulsion theory ( in Urdu /Hindi) Watch Valence Bond Theory ( in Urdu / Hindi) Watch -> Hybridization ( in Urdu / Hindi) Watch Molecular Orbital Theory (in Urdu / Hindi) Watch Bond Order, Bond Lengths, Bond Strengths and …

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Class 11 Chemistry Chapter Stoichiometry Notes #1

Class 11 Chemistry Chapter Stoichiometry Notes #1 Stoichiometry is quantitative chemistry. “Calculations based on the law of conservation of mass, law of constant composition and balanced chemical equations are called stoichiometric calculations.”     Science, Society Relationship: Stoichiometry has many applications in human society. It calculates: Concentrations of different substances in a sample. Glucose in the …

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What are the Chemical Properties of Alkenes – Hydrocarbons Notes

Chemical Properties of Alkenes: The reactions of alkenes can be divided into three categories.    Addition Reactions:               Alkenes being unsaturated compounds mostly show addition reactions and the addition is electrophilic addition. Mechanism:               A polar or temporarily polarized molecule approaches to alkene and +ve end of the molecule pulls its π-electrons as a result …

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Free Radical Substitution, Electrophilic Substitution and Nucleophilic Substitution Reactions Notes

Do you know!! What is substitution reaction? “The chemical reactions in which an atom or group of atoms directly attached to the carbon in the substrate molecule is replaced by another more reactive atom or group of atoms are called substitution reactions”. Substrate: The molecule in which substitution takes place is called a substrate. Example: …

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