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Questions for Inorganic Chemistry for JEE

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Important Topics in Inorganic Chemistry Part 2 for IIT JEE

p – Block Elements (Topic Weightage : 4 %)

Group – 13 Elements, Inert pair effect,

Boron, Aluminum,
Group 14, Carbon Family, Allotropic Forms of Carbon, Silicones, Tin, SnO,

Nitrogen Family, Dinitrogen N2, Reducing Agent, Oxidizing Agent, Ammonia NH3, Haber’s Process, Brown ring test, Phosphorus,Oxygen, Photosensitive elements. Ozone (O3),
Shulphur, Halogen Family, F2 Preparation,Pseudo Halogens & Pseudo Halides, Interhalogen Compounds,
Group – 18 Elements (The Zero Group Family)

d & f Block Elements (Topic Weightage : 4 %)

d – Block Elements, Electronic Configurations of Transition Metals, First (3d) Transition Series (Sc – Zn), Second (4d) Transition Series (Y – CD), Third (5d) Transition Series (La – Hg), Fourth (6d) Transition Series, Lanthanoid Contraction, Mixed oxides,
Coloured Ion,First Series of Transition Elements, Iron Zinc & Copper Ferrous Sulphate,

f-Block Elements,
Oxidation State, Lanthanoid Contraction, Lanthanoids and Actinoids.

Coordination Compounds (Topic Weightage : 3 %)

Co – ordination compounds, Ligands, Chelates, Homonuclear and Polynuclear Complexes.
Isomerism in co – ordination compounds, Square Planes Complexes, Octahedral Complexes , Werner’s Theory, Valence Bond Theory (VBT), Crystal Field Theory (CFT).