Comprehensive Practical Chemistry Class-XII

Comprehensive Practical Chemistry Class-XII
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PREFACE We are pleased to present the revised edition of the Comprehensive Practical Chemistry for Class XII students. The book has been written strictly according to the new syllabus prescribed by Central Board of Secondary Education. We hope that the book will be quite helpful to the students in acquiring the skills of various laboratory techniques. Some of the outstanding features of the book are Simple language and lucid style. Wherever required, a large number of illustrations have been given to clarify the use of various apparatuses used in laboratory. The theoretical aspects of each experiment have been discussed briefly along with the experiment. In volumetric analysis calculations based on normality as well as on molarily have been given. In qualitative inorganic analysis, the various tests have been given in a systematic way in tabular form. In order to guide the students about recording the experiment in the notebook, a specimen record of analysis of a salt has been given in the chapter on qualitative analysis. A large number of solved viva questions have been included in each chapter. We sincerely hope that the book will be appreciated by our learned colleagues and students. We shall be glad to receive constructive suggestions for the further improvement of the book.
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SYLLABUS FOR PRACTICALS CHEMISTRY Class XII
Evaluation Scheme for Examination
Marks
Volumetric Analysis Salt Analysis Content Based Experiment Class Record, Project Work and Viva
10 8 6 6
Total
30
Micro-chemical methods are available for several of the practical experiments. Wherever possible, such techniques should be used. A.