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BSc 1st Year Inorganic Chemistry Notes [PDF] : Download Here

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BSc 1st Year Inorganic Chemistry Notes PDF

BSc 1st year consists of two semesters, i.e. semester I and semester II. In this post, I have provided the download links of inorganic chemistry notes for BSc Sem I as well as Sem II,

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BSc Sem I Inorganic Chemistry Notes

In semester I Inorganic chemistry consists of some important chapters. It consists of the following units:

  • Atomic Structure
  • Periodic Properties
  • Redox Reactions-I
  • Chemical Bonding

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BSc Sem II Inorganic Chemistry Notes

Semester II of inorganic chemistry consists of following units:

  • Chemical Bonding
  • Ionic Solids
  • s-Block elements
  • p-Block elements
  • Metallurgical processes

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Chemistry for Degree Students (Semester I)

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Organic Chemistry For Degree Students B.Sc. Ist Year (Semester-I)

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