PhysicsWallah Handwritten Notes of Chemistry for Class 12

PhysicsWallah Class 12 Chemistry Notes 

Chemistry notes for class 12th
CBSE Chapter Notes for all chapters of Class 12 Chemistry  are available on this site here. These notes are based on Class 12 NCERT textbooks syllabus 2024 useful for revision purpose before CBSE class 12th Chemistry board exam 2024. There are total 16 chapters in Class 12th Chemistry NCERT textbook. Read  Physics Wallah alakh Pandey handwritten Notes  in English language . Class 12 Chemistry matter is prepared by experts  according to the latest CBSE Syllabus 2023-24 and its marking schemes . All Chapters of Class twelveth  Chemistry can come easy to understand  while preparing  notes and  during different Exams. 


Chemistry Chapter Wise Notes for class 12 

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Class 12 chemistry chapter Notes With Topics

Important Topics:

1. Tetrahedral voids equal twice as many atoms as octahedral voids, which equals the number of atoms. 

2. The Important formula for unit cell dimension is M

3. Solids' imperfections

Important Topics: 

1. The Raoults  Law
2. Dalton's partial pressure law
3.Henry's Law
4. Mass% is calculated as follows: (Mass of component in solution/Total mass of solution) / 100
5. Volume% is calculated as (Volume of Component in Solution/Total Volume of Solution) / 100.
6. Parts per million (ppm) is calculated as (Number of parts of the component/Total number of parts of all components of solution) 100.
7. The mole fraction is the product of the component's mole number and the sum of all component mole numbers.
8. Molarity is calculated as (moles of solute / litres of solution).
9. Molality = kg of solvent mass / moles of solute

Important Topics:

1. Type of cells:
     a) Electrochemical cell  /  Galvanic cell
     b) Electrolytic cell
2. Electrode potential
3. Standard electrode potential 
4. Anode 
5. Cathode
6. Cell potential 
7. Cell electromotive force (emf)
8. SHE (Standard Hydrogen  Electrode)
9. Nernst equation
10. Gibbs energy and cell potential are related:
Gibbs energy and equilibrium constant are related

Important Topics:

1. First Order Reaction Kinetics

Important Topics:

1. Difference between adsorption and absorption
2. Types of Adsorption
3. Colloids
4. Emulsions


Important Topics:

1. Metallurgy 

2.  Diagram

3. Mond process for refining nickel

Important Topics:

1. Inert  pair effect
2. Disproportionation
3. Non-metallic hydrides
4. Colour of halogen compounds
5. Non-metallic halides
6. Catenation

Important Topics:

1. d-Block elements
2. f-Block elements
3. Actinoid
4. Lanthanoid Contraction
5. Actinoid Contraction

Important Topics:

1. Coordination Compounds 
2. Coordination Entity 
3. Central Atom or Ion
4. Ligands
5. Coordination Number
6. Coordination Sphere
7. Coordination Polyhedron
8. Oxidation Number of Central Atoms
11. Werner’s theory
12. Valence bond theory

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(Chapter 10 to Chapter 16

Important Topics 

1. Questions about IUPAC nomenclature
2. Named responses: significant name
1) The most essential reasoning problems, such as the "P, d, and f block elements"
2) Molar mass determination, Raoult's Law, Adsorption isotherm, and Packing fraction are the subjects with the most questions and marks.
3) Become efficient at solving math problems from the physical, organic, and inorganic chemistry chapters.
4) Finish the most recent practice tests and exams.
5) Prepare your study materials for the conceptual problems that relate to numbers.
6) Pay special attention to the final three chapters, Polymers, Biomolecules, and Chemistry in Everyday, as they are the easiest and have the most weight (10 points) on the test.

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