Class 11 Notes

CBSE class 11 is a very important stage for students because the chapters which are taught in class 11 will help develop the foundation for advanced topics that will be introduced in class 12. Thus, it becomes a great task for students to read and understand each and every topic clearly. While it is necessary for students to optimise their study methodology, having a study note can come in handy especially during the exam. The notes not only help students to study effectively but helps them to get familiar with all the important concepts. Students can also use the notes to recollect all the chapters and topics in a very short span of time.

To help students make the most out of their study time, we at BYJU’s are providing a complete set of CBSE class 11 notes which will help the students to study the subjects in a very detailed and concise way. CBSE notes are available for Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology subjects. Students will be at a great advantage by utilising class 11 notes. They will not only be able to understand concepts better but perform excellently and score higher grades in the examinations. The notes are all prepared by subject experts and they have kept the study material very simple including the language and the format. Further, these CBSE notes can be referred to on the go, anywhere and any time. The subject notes are also divided into chapter notes that can be accessed individually. These notes also include a lot of detailed explanations, diagrams, problems and answers that help students to retain the topics for a long period of time.

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Practise This Question

When copper pyrite is roasted in excess of air, a mixture of Cu2S and FeO are formed. FeO is present as impurity. This can be removed as slag during Smelting. The flux added to form slag is