Chemistry PPTs for Tutors Preparation and Properties of Alkynes Alkynes are unsaturated hydrocarbons containing carbon-carbon triple bond (C≡C). The general formula of alkenes is CnH2n-2. The first member of alkynes is acetylene or ethyne (C2H2). Preparation Methods of Alkynes (1)From Calcium carbide On the industrial scale, ethyne is prepared by…
Alkenes are unsaturated hydrocarbons containing carbon-carbon double bond (C=C). The general formula of alkenes is CnH2n. The first member of alkenes i.e. ethylene or ethene (C2H4) reacts with chlorine to form an oily liquid. Hence, alkenes are also called olefins (olefient = oil forming).
Numerical based on Faraday’s laws of electrolysis is one of the most important topics (hot spots) of electrochemistry and numerals are usually and the most frequently asked in the CBSE, the ICSE, Different State Boards, and Competitive examinations like IIT-JEE, NEET, AIIMS, etc.
During electrolysis, if more than one cations or anions reach an electrode, only one of them preferentially gets discharged at one electrode. Thus, there is a choice amongst the ions that will get discharged on an electrode.
How to prepare inorganic chemistry for NEET? What are the hot spots of inorganic chemistry? Which topics of inorganic chemistry should be more emphasized for the preparation of NEET? These are the most frequently asked questions of the aspirants of NEET. Inorganic chemistry plays a very crucial and vital role in the preparation of chemistry for NEET and other chemistry competitions. Being theoretical in nature, it appears to be somewhat tough to learn the students. However, it becomes relatively easier, if the RRP (Reading, Revision, and Practice) strategy is used for the preparation of Inorganic Chemistry.
Hydrogen atom covalently bonded with F, O, or N, possess the capacity to attracts the electronegative atoms of the same or different molecule and forms a weak bond called hydrogen bond and this phenomenon is called hydrogen bonding.
How to prepare Physical Chemistry for NEET? Physical Chemistry plays a vital role in preparation and maximizing marks in NEET. Reading, Revision, and Practice strategy (RRP strategy) is very effective for the preparation of physical chemistry for NEET.
Physical chemistry plays a very vital role in the preparation of chemistry for IIT-JEE and other chemistry competitions. Being mathematical in nature, it appears to be somewhat tough to the students. However, it becomes relatively easier, if you use the RRP (Reading, Revision, and Practice) strategy for the preparation of Physical Chemistry.