The Language of Chemistry or Chemical Equations

The Language of Chemistry or Chemical Equations
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The Language of Chemistry or Chemical Equations

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The Language of Chemistry or Chemical Equations by G.D. Tuli & P.L. Soni
Book Summary:

In this small booklet a large number of equations are written in words and the students is required to translate them into the language of chemistry. He has to write correct formulae and then balance the equations independently.

For verification of the result, he can look up the answers given at the end. Just in a week or two he learns the method of writing correct balanced equations. He feels interested in the subject and finds it quite his own. For writing and naming of formulae the chemists prefer the Stock system of nomenclature. So modern names are introduced along with the classifical and trivial (common) names.

Thus ferrous chloride is also written as iron (II) chloride, and so on. Modern chemists prefer balancing chemical equations by Ionelectron method and oxidation number method. These two methods have been added in the present edition as two separate chapters (Chapters V and VI).


Audience of the Book :
The booklet will be equally useful for the students in schools as well as B.Sc. Students of different universitities.
 
Key Features:

The main features of the book are as follows:

  1. One of the Special Features of the present edition is the inclusion of ‘Test your Understanding’ at the end of each chapter.
  2. These exercises will help the student to revise the chapter as well as test his/her understanding.
  3. The last two chapters (Chapters VII and VIII) entitled ‘Test yourself on these Typical Questions’ have been added for the benefit of examinees.
  4. It will enable them to test their knowledge before the examination.

Table of Contents:

1. Introduction

2. Symbols and Formulae

3. Chemical Equations (I)

4. Chemical Equations (II)

5. Ionic Equations

6. Oxidation-Reduction Reactions

7. Test Yourself on These Typical

8. Test Yourself on These Typical