This book has been divided in 37 chapters under three parts; Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry for convenient understanding. It also includes solved model test papers of the previous three years of AIIMS · CBSE · PMT · CPMT(UP) to enable students to develop the skills of problem solving and time management, essential for any entrance examination. In addition to providing answers to all the questions, detailed explanatory notes to selected difficult questions have also been provided to justify the answer. A separate section of Assertions and Reasons is also given at the end of each chapter * Exhaustive Question Bank * Explanatory Notes and Hints * Assertions & Reasons * Includes Pre-solved papers of five years * Models Test Papers of AIIMS, CBSE(PMT), CPMT
Part 1 Inorganic Chemistry:1. Atoms, Molecules and Chemistry Arithmetic 2. Elements, their Occurrence and Extraction 3. Chemical Families: Periodic Properties 4. Bonding & Molecular Structure 5. Chemistry of Non-metals-I 6. Chemistry of Non-metals-II 7. Chemistry of Lighter Metals 8. Chemistry of Heavier Metals 9. Chemistry of Representative Elements 10. Transition Metals including Lanthanides 11. Co-ordination Chemistry and Organometallics 12. Nuclear ChemistryPart 2 Organic Chemistry: 14. Purification and Characterisation of Organic Compounds 15. Hydrocarbons(Aliphatic, Aromatic) 16. Alky/Aryl Halides 17. Phenols/Alcohols 18. Carboxylic Acids 19. Nitrogen Containing Compounds 20. Sulphur Containing Compounds 21. Synthetic and Natural Polymers 22. Biomolecules 23. Chemistry of Biological Processes 24. Chemistry of Action 25. Miscellaneous QuestionsPart 3 Physical Chemistry: 26. Atomic Structure 27. States of Matter 28. Energetics 29. Chemical Equilibrium 30. Redox Reactions 31. Chemical Kinetics 32. The Solid State 33. Solutions 34. Chemical Thermodynamics 35. Electro Chemistry
V.K. Ahluwalia :- V.K. Ahluwalia, Visiting Professor at Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Center for Biomedical Research, University of Delhi, has been teaching graduate and postgraduate students for more than three decades. Pooja Bhagat :- Pooja Bhagat, Reader, Chemistry Department at Acharya Narendra Dev College, New Delhi, has been teaching graduate students for more than ten years.