Wiley Physical Chemistry For JEE
Wiley Physical Chemistry For JEE (Main & Advanced)
The book, ‘Wiley Physical Chemistry For JEE (Main & Advanced)’, is rich source of conceptual strength and problem-solving tools and assessment that makes it a one-stop solution for JEE (Main & Advanced) aspirants. It provides a sound foundation in fundamentals of chemistry upon which theoretical models are constructed. It captures the fundamentals of the subject in a simple and logical framework of factual knowledge.
The description is long enough to cover the essentials, yet short enough to be interesting. Its fresh and compelling approach to teaching Physical Chemistry is the reason why it is the most suitable resource for an IIT aspirant.
In collaboration with experts in JEE coaching, the book has been produced to give you the best book available in Physical Chemistry for preparing for the toughest engineering entrance exam in India. This book offers the dual advantage of unmatched explanation of concepts as developed by “Master teacher” and appropriate applications of the concepts to problem solving as developed by experts in this area.
The book has been organized in a manner to provide more structured approach as per the JEE syllabus requirement. Short and succinct phrases have been used in section and subsection headings in accordance with syllabus topics to familiarize the student with the sequence of topics and understand how they fit into the broad scope of the course. The sequence of chapters described below give an overview of the development of concepts in the book.
The progression is from basic concepts in stoichiometry, importance of measurement and units followed by properties of the three states of matter. Next, the discussion proceeds towards electronic structure of atoms and bonding in compounds. The thermodynamic study of reactions, properties of solutions and reaction equilibria are discussed, leading to the electron transfer reactions and their applications in electrochemistry. Finally, the kinetics involved in reactions and the surface phenomena are studied before capitulating to the study of highly energetic nuclear reactions.
Note to the Student
• Chapter 1 Basic Concepts and Stoichiometry
• Chapter 2 Gaseous and Liquid States
• Chapter 3 Solid State
• Chapter 4 Atomic Structure
• Chapter 5 Chemical Bonding
• Chapter 6 Thermodynamics
• Chapter 7 Solutions
• Chapter 8 Chemical Equilibrium
• Chapter 9 Ionic Equilibrium
• Chapter 10 Redox Reactions
• Chapter 11 Electrochemistry
• Chapter 12 Chemical Kinetics
• Chapter 13 Surface Chemistry
• Chapter 14 Nuclear Chemistry
• JEE (Main) 2013 Paper
• JEE (Advanced) 2013 Paper
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