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WEB e-Book: Organic and Inorganic Chemistry
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Part I - Structure of Atom
  Part II - Chemical Symbols, Chemical Formulae, Valency
  Part III - Chemical Reactions

Properties of  Matter
  Part  I - Definitions of Elements, Compounds and Mixtures
  Part  II - States of Matter

Acids, Bases and Salts
  Part  I - Ions and Radicals, Acids and Bases
  Part  II - pH  of a solution, Neutralization and Salts

Formation of Compounds
  Part I -  Ionic Bonds
  Part  II - Covalent Bonds
  Part  III - Other Bonds

Chemistry  of Carbon Bonds
  Part I - How  does Carbon form Tetravalent Bonds?
  Part II - Why are there so many  Carbon Compounds?

Allotropic  Forms of Carbon
  Part I - Structure of Diamond
  Part II - Structure of Graphite, Structure of Fullerenes

Mass  of an Atom
  Atomic Weight, Average Weight, Gram Atomic Weight

Chemical Reactions
  Part  I - Types of Chemical Reactions
  Part II  - How to Balance a Reaction
  Part  III - Energy Changes in a Chemical Reaction
  Part IV  - Reaction Rates
  Part V -  Concepts of Mole and Calculations

Classification of  Elements
  Part  I - Introduction, Dobereinerâs Triads
  Part  II - Newlandsâ Law of  Octaves
  Part III - Lothar Mayerâs Atomic Volume Curves
  Part IV - Mendeleevâs Periodic Table
  Part  V - Modern Periodic Table
  Part VI -  Characteristics of Periods
  Part  VII - Characteristics of Groups, Advantages of the Modern Periodic Table

Electrolysis
   Part  I - Process and Mechanism of  Electrolysis
  Part II - Conductor versus Electrolyte, Electrolysis of Water
  Part III - Definition of Standard Solutions, Faradayâs Law of Electrolysis
  Part IV - Application of Electrolysis

Organic  Chemistry
   Part I - Classification of Aliphatic Compounds, Hydrocarbons  (Alkanes, Alkenes, Alkynes)
  Part  II - Naming of Hydrocarbons
  Part  III - Isomers and their Characteristics
  Part IV - Alkanes and their Properties, Methane - Laboratory Preparation, Properties and Uses
  Part V - Alkenes, Ethene - Laboratory Preparation, Properties and Uses
  Part  VI - Alkynes, Ethyne - Laboratory Preparation, Properties and Uses
  Part  VII - Alcohols - Nomenclature and Properties
  Part  VIII - Methanol and Ethanol - Manufacture, Properties and Uses
  Part  IX - Organic Acids - Nomenclature, Manufacture, Properties and Uses
  Part  X - Esters - Manufacture, Properties and Uses

Man  Made Organic Materials
  Part I - Artificial Fibers, Rayon & Nylon - Preparation, Properties & Uses
  Part II - Polyester & Carbon Fibers - Preparation, Properties & Uses
  Part III - Plastics - Thermoplastics & Thermosetting Plastics
  Part IV - Artificial Rubber, Neoprene & Thiokol - Preparation, Properties & Uses
  Part V -  Soaps, Detergents & Washing Powder

Fuels
   Part I - Classification and Sources of Fuels, Bio Mass, Charcoal and its Production
  Part II - Bio Gas and its Uses, Types of Bio Gas Plants
  Part III - Coal and its Uses, Destructive Distillation of Coal
  Part IV - Petroleum, Fractional Distillation of Petroleum
  Part V - Petroleum Gas, Advantages and Disadvantages and Daily Use of LPG, Cracking
  Part VI  - Natural Gas - Its Advantages & Disadvantages and Uses, Synthetic Petroleum and Synthetic Natural Gas
  Part  VII - Calorific Value of Fuels and its Measurement
  Part  VIII - Combustion and Ignition Temperature, Combustion Requirements, Flames
  Part IX - An Ideal Fuel
  Part X- Pollution Caused by Fuels
  Part XI - Food as Fuel, Differences  Between Respiration & Combustion and Photosynthesis & Respiration, Why is Fire Hot?

Metals and  Non-Metals
  Part I - Electronic Configuration of  Metals and Non-Metals
  Part II - Physical Properties of Metals
  Part III - Chemical Properties of Metals
  Part IV - Reactivity Series of Metals
  Part V - Physical Properties of Non-Metals
  Part VI - Chemical Properties of Non-Metals
  Part VII - Comparison Between Metals and  Non-Metals
  Part VIII - Metallurgy : Extraction of Ores and Refining of Ores, Various Steps in Metallurgy
  Part IX - Concentration of Ore
  Part X - Conversion of Ore into Metal Oxide, Reduction of Metal Oxide
  Part XI - Refining of Metals, High Purity Metals
  Part XII - Study of Metals  : Aluminium - Extraction, Physical & Chemical Properties and Uses
  Part XIII - Study of  Metals : Iron - Extraction, Physical & Chemical Properties and Uses
  Part XIV - Study of Metals  : Copper - Extraction, Physical & Chemical Properties and Uses
  Part XV - Uses of Metals
  Part XVI - Compounds of Metals and Alloys, Alloys of  Aluminium, Iron & Copper
  Part XVII - Study of Non-Metals :  Silicon - Extraction, Physical & Chemical Properties and Uses
  Part  XVIII - Study of Non-Metals : Phosphorus - Extraction, Physical & Chemical Properties and Uses
  Part  XIX - Study of Non-Metals : Sulphur - Extraction, Physical & Chemical Properties and Uses

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