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CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Notes

CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Notes

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NCERT Notes for Class 12 Chemistry: Important Topics

These notes were prepared by Vidyakula subject matter experts and is useful for exam preparation. We offer notes for all 16 chapters of Physical, Organic, and Inorganic Chemistry for 12th graders. Understanding concepts and answering questions correctly must be done using reasoning and methods. Here we have provided sufficient material to help students understand the subject and also help them prepare for medical and engineering entrance exams. Students can find direct links to chapters in this article and download PDF notes.

The important chapters covered in Class 12 Chemistry are as follows:



NCERT Notes for Class 12 Chemistry: Points to Remember

You can refer to some important points of NCERT Grade 12 Chemistry below:

  • A solid is a form of matter with a definite shape and volume.

  • If intermolecular forces > thermal energy, the substance exists as a solid

  • Classification of solids: crystalline (regular arrangement of particles, anisotropy), amorphous (uneven arrangement, isotropic).

  • Classification of crystalline solids: ionic, molecular, covalent/lattice, metallic.

  • A solution is a homogeneous mixture of two or more chemically inactive substances whose composition can vary within certain limits.

  • Anode: In an electrochemical battery, the anode is the electrode where oxidation takes place. This is the negative terminal.

  • Kinetic chemistry is a branch of chemistry concerned with the study of reaction rates and their mechanisms.

  • The p-block elements include elements of group 13−18 whose ns2np1−6 is the valence shell electron configuration where n = 2−6.

  • The common oxidation state of lanthanoids and actinoids is +3.

  • Coordination compounds: These adder compounds retain their original form in the solid state and in solution. In these compounds, the central atom is bonded to several groups by coordinate bonds.


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