Practical Chemistry

Practical Chemistry

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Practical Chemistry by Prof (Dr) A M Nemade, Prof N E Barhate, Dr M K Patel, Dr V S Zope, Dr S S Rajput, Dr V T Patil, Dr R G Mahale, Dr A G Sarode
Book Summary:

We are very glad to present this book on “Practical Chemistry’’ in the hands of F.Y.B.Sc. students. The book is strictly written according to the semester pattern syllabus framed by the board of studies in Chemistry, NMU Jalgaon, for First year B.Sc to be implemented from June 2018.

Making use of our experience in this field, we have tried our best to make this book very informative as well as simple and lucid. This book is divided into two sections in which the instrumental and non-instrumental experiments are distributed and they are completed in annual sessions. The purpose of this book is to introduce industrial practical methods. All the theoretical details are given which are necessary for the experiments. The handy size, moderate cost and sufficient material will be definitely appreciated by the students.

We offer our sincere thanks to Shri. Rangrao Patil of Prashant Publications, Jalgaon for his keen interest in publishing this book. We are also thankful to Mr. Sunil Pandhre for type setting and drawing figures. The thanks are also due to Mr. Pradip Patil for bringing our this book in time.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for B.Sc Student.
Table of Content:

Semester - I

1. Physical Chemistry Experiments

2. Analytical Chemistry Experiments

3. Inorganic Chemistry Experiments

Semester - II

1. Physical Chemistry Experiments

2. Analytical Chemistry Experiments

3. Inorganic Chemistry Experiments

Apendix