Inorganic chemistry is a main section in chemistry. In inorganic chemistry, you will study about about elements in periodic table and their characteristics, compounds, physical and chemical properties, reactions, colours and more. We have organized series of lessons for inorganic chemistry.
It is important to understand what are the inorganic compounds. So, we have mentioned some common inorganic compounds.
Basically, you have to learn following sections in the inorganic chemistry. Each individual tutorial is listed one by one under specific category.
|s block chemistry
|This section includes the chemistry of alkali metals, alkali earth metals and their compounds.
|p block chemistry
|Elements of p block, their reactions and compounds are discussed in this section.
|3d metals chemistry
|Variable oxidation numbers, density, reactivity and other different parameters of 3d metals are discussed.
|Qualitative analysis of inorganic compounds
|Learn, how to identify cations and anions.
According to the your syllabus, all things in our tutorials are not necessary to learn. Please refer your school syllabus and then find what you want to learn.
Study of compounds, reactions, physical properties, chemical properties of s,p,d block elements and their compounds are explained in these lessons series.
P block contains both metals, non metals and Metalloid. Some examples for p block elements are given below with their physical states at room temperature.
We study p block elements, compounds and their physical properties such as melting and boiling points, solubility in water and chemical properties such as reactions with acids and bases, water, air and more.
Elemental nitrogen occurs as a very stable diatomic molecule (N2). There is a triple bond between two nitrogen atoms in N2. N2 comprises 78% of the atmosphere, Also nitrogen occurs in many other naturally occurring materials including nitrates and amino acids. Ammonia (NH3) is a very important industrial compound which contain nitrogen. Nitrogen forms toxic gaseous compounds such as NH3 and NO2.
SUlfur forms a lot of inorganic compounds such as sulfur dioxide, sulfur trioxide, sulfuric acid, hydrogen sulfide and etc. Sulfuric acid is a common chemical which is widely used in industry and laboratory scale. Sulfur also forms gaseous compounds such as sulfur dioxide (SO2) and sulfur trioxide (SO3).
There are many minerals that contain sulfur; among them are galena (PbS), zinc blende (ZnS), cinnabar (HgS), iron pyrites (FeS2 ), gypsum (CaSO4), and chalcopyrite(CuFeS2), CuS2.
We will identify anions and cations in qualitative analysis. When we study qualitative analysis lessons, we should have a good knowledge in chemistry of s, p, d blocks.
In these tutorials we study mostly about 3d metals and their properties.
Inorganic chemistry can be boring to some students one because it has so much to study and remember.