Exactly what the name suggest, the book is very well and concisely written for JEE aspirants. The book provides a very confident overview for all the chapters included as also helps you to practice along with.
The book comes with detailed answers in the last of each chapter, multiple choice questions, assertive questions and many other features.
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Topics covered in this Concise Inorganic chemistry from J D Lee
Theoretical Concepts and Hydrogen, (the atomic structure and the periodic table, introduction to bonding, the ionic bond, the covalent bond, the metallic bond, general properties of the elements, coordination compounds, and hydrogen and the hydrides)
The S-Block Elements (Group 1 elements – the alkali metals, the chloralkali industry, and Group 2 elements – the alkaline earth elements)
The P-Block elements (Group 13, 14, 15, 16 (chalcogens), 17 (halogens), and 18 (noble gases) elements).
The D-Block Elements (an introduction to the transition elements, Group 3 (scandium group), 4 (titanium group), 5 (vanadium group), 6 (chromium group), 7 (manganese group), 8 (iron group), 9 (cobalt group), 10 (nickel group), 11 (copper group and coinage metals), and 12 (zinc group) elements.)
The F-Block Elements – lanthanide series and the actinides.
Atomic nucleus and spectra.
After covering main topics in detail, the book also contains long series of appendix
A: Abundance of the elements in the Earth’s crust,
B: Melting points of the elements,
C: Boiling points of the elements,
D: Densities of the solid and liquid elements,
E: Electronic structures of the elements,
F: Some average single bond energies, and some double and triple bond energies,
G: Solubility of main group compounds in water,
H: Atomic weights based on 12C = 12000,
I: Values of some fundamental physical constants,
J: Electrical resistivity of the elements at the stated temperature,
K: Top fifty chemicals in the USA, 1994,
L: Inorganic chemicals manufactured in large tonnages worldwide,
M: Minerals used in large amounts,
N: Hardness of minerals – Mohs’ scale, and
O: Standard textbooks.