Inorganic Chemistry

Inorganic Chemistry

According to New Revised Syllabus w.e.f. 2009 PUNE, Maharashtra (INDIA)

Text Book of Inorganic Chemistry

SY BSc General Semester-II

Author : Dr. P.S.Shah

Book ID : 1201

More details

On sale On sale!
Rs.99 tax incl.

Rs.110 tax incl.

(price reduced by 10 %)

BI 1201

Loyalty program By buying this product you can collect up to 1 loyalty point. Your cart will total 1 point that can be converted into a voucher of Rs.1.

7 other products in the same category:


1. General Principles of Metallurgy

1.1 Introduction     

1.2 Occurrence of metals   

1.3 Types of ores    

1.4 Processes in metallurgy

2. Metallury of Aluminium 


2.1 Introduction     

2.2 Occurrence 

2.3 Physico-chemical principles  

2.4 Extraction of aluminium

2.5 Applications of aluminium and its alloys 

3. Metallurgy of Iron and Steel (Pyrometallurgy)  

3.1 Introduction     

3.2 Occurrence 

3.3 Commercial forms of iron     

3.4 Manufacture of cast or pig iron    

3.5 Physico-chemical principles involved during reduction of iron oxide    

3.6 Reactions in the blast furnace     

3.7 By-products in cast iron industry  

3.8 Uses of cast iron

3.9 Wrought iron     

3.10 Steel

3.11 Manufacture of steel from pig or cast iron     

3.12 Difference between steel and sainless steel, bessemer and L.D. process

3.13 Comparison of cast iron, wrought iron and steel

3.14 Compositions and applications of steel   

3.15 Alloys of steel  

4. Chemistry of P-Block Elements (III A to VII A Groups)

4.1 Introduction     

4.2 Position of the elements in the periodic table 

4.3 Group III A elements   

4.4 Group IVA elements     

4.5 Group VA elements

4.6 Group VIA elements     

4.7 Group VIIA elements    

5. Chemistry of D-Block Elements

5.1 Introduction     

5.2 Position of the periodic table     

5.3 Electron configuration 

5.4 Trends in properties   

5.5 Non-stoichiometry

6. Chemical Toxicology    


6.1 Toxic chemicals in the environment 

6.2 Impact of toxic chemicals on enzymes

6.3 Biochemical effects of arsenic     

6.4 Biochemical effects of cadmium     

6.5 Biochemical effects of lead  

6.6 Biochemical effects of mercury     

6.7 Biological methylation 

7. Acids, Bases, Solvents and Reactions in Non-Aqueous Solvents     

7.1 Introduction     

7.2 Arrhenius theory 

7.3 Bronsted-lowry theory

7.4 Lewis concept    

7.5 Lux-flood theory 

7.6 Strength of acids and bases  

7.7 Trends in strengths of hydracids   

7.8 Trends in the strength of oxyacids 

7.9 Properties of a solvent

7.10 Solvents   

7.11 Hard and soft acids and bases

7.12 Non-aqueous solvent: Liquid ammonia

8. Corrosion and Passivity

8.1 Introduction     

8.2 Corrosion  

8.3 Types of corrosion     

8.4 Theories of corrosion  

8.5 Mechanism of corrosion 

8.6 Factors affecting corrosion  

8.7 Methods of prevention of corrosion 

8.8 Passivity 

No customer comments for the moment.

Only registered users can post a new comment.


No products

Shipping Rs.0
Total Rs.0

Check out