Problems In Highschool Chemistry

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This book will deal with all the topics covered in the high school syllabus, through numerical problems and other questions. Unlike a textbook which teaches students, we expect the content of this book to teach students to teach themselves.

The articles, problems and solutions discussed here will focus on the thought process rather than the steps involved. The second goal of this problem book is to make students realize that Chemistry is indeed simpler than Physics, Mathematics and Biology at the highschool level.

Presently, this book is randomly edited as per the questions put forward to the contributors. As we submit more and more content, we will start integrating the pieces into a picture. Volunteers are welcome to discuss the content policy, make contributions, and above all - giving touch ups to the already submitted content.


Basic Topics[edit]

Inorganic Chemistry[edit]

Physical Chemistry[edit]

First Law Of Thermodynamics[edit]

Second Law Of Thermodynamics[edit]

Chemical Kinetics[edit]

Radioactivity[edit]

Vapour Pressure[edit]

Colligative Properties of Solutions[edit]

Surface Chemistry[edit]

Solid State[edit]

Chemical Equilibrium[edit]

Introduction to Ionic Equilibrium[edit]

Ionic Equilibrium - Level II[edit]

Electrolytic Conductance[edit]

Electrochemistry : Electrodes and Reactions[edit]

Electrochemistry : Electrolytic Cells and Electrolysis[edit]

Organic Chemistry[edit]