IIT JEE Chemistry Study Material

IIT JEE Chemistry Study Material

Chemistry is a scoring subject for most of the IIT JEE aspirants because it mostly goes on the basics with the difficulty curve remaining the same almost every year. The questions are more theoretical than calculative, making it the quickest subject to solve. Unlike the other subjects, IIT JEE Chemistry is less about conceptual applications and more about planning. In order to score well in this section, the students must be well versed with all the formulas, named reactions, chemical equations, and periodic table trends as all these concepts constitute a major portion of IIT JEE Chemistry syllabus and the students can expect a lot of direct and indirect questions from the above-mentioned concepts.

The key to solve IIT JEE Chemistry problems lies in the clear understanding of its fundamental concepts. The students need to have a solid conceptual foundation in order to solve IIT JEE Chemistry problems smoothly. Just memorizing the theory and formulas will never benefit an IIT JEE aspirant in developing their problem-solving skills. IIT JEE Chemistry study material aims to develop in students an understanding and evaluation of several basic concepts covered in IIT JEE Organic, Inorganic, and Physical Chemistry. The students can analyze JEE Chemistry important topics to get an idea of the marks allocation and weightage of different concepts covered in IIT JEE chemistry syllabus 2018.

These IIT JEE Chemistry notes are blended in accordance with the latest examination pattern of IIT JEE 2018. These study materials provide an extra edge to students and save a lot their valuable time and energy by explaining all the important formulas, concepts, chemical reactions and compositions included in the syllabus in a proper sequence. These revision notes have a collective extract from multiple books helping the students to squeeze conceptual meaning out of each and every sentence quite effectively by providing a good description of the theory using several relevant diagrams and chemical reactions. Also, a lot of solved examples are explained after the conclusion of each and every topic to ensure a subjective understanding of any given concept. The complete study material has been thoroughly revised in order to make the content more simple, systematic and logical.

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Chemical Bonding
Orbitals and Nodes
Vapour Pressure
Transition Metals
Chirality
SN1 and SN2 Mechanism

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Ice is made up of water in solid form whereas water vapour does not contain any water.