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1 Structure of the Atom (i)

(Quantum Mechanical Approach: Dalton to Bohr-surnmerfeld) 1-89


Structure of the Atom (ii)
(Wave Mechanical Approach) 90-150
3. Modern Periodic Table and Electronic Configuration of Atoms 151-230
4. Periodic Properties .... 231-312
5. Radioactivity, Isotopes, Isobars and Isotones ...3l3-335
6. Nuclear Transmutations and Artificial Radioactivity .336-393
7. Chemical Bonding : Lewis Theory • . .394-485
8. Chemical Bonding : Orbital Concept .486-571
9. Structure of Solids .572-626
10. Oxidation-Reaction Reactions • 627-648
11, Standard Electrode Potentials 649-685
12. Modern Concepts of Acids and Bases • . .686-711
13. Non-aqueous Solvents .712-728
14. Principles and Processes of Metallurgy .729--757
15. Various Reactive Forms and Isotopes of Hydrogen .758-781
16. General Study of Hydrides ..782-807
17. Heavy Water (D,O) • . .808-822
18. General Characteristics of Group I (IA) Elements
Alkali Metals 823- 846
19. Chernr y f j thium_and Its Compounds ...847-858
20. General Characteristics of Group 2 (IA) Elernent .859-883
Alkaline Earth Metals
21. ChernistryofBeryllium, Radium. their compounds and .884-901
Portland Cement
22. General Characteristics of Group 13 (III A) Elements .902-919
Boron Group Elements
23. ChemisiryLGrupJ3jH1 A) Elements, their Compounds and .920-951
Ceramics Industry
24. Hydrides of Boron : Boranes ...952-963
25. General Characterisitcs of Group 14 (IV A) Elements .964-977
Carbon Group Elements
26. Compounds of Carbon • . .978-983
27. Carbides • . .984-992
28. Metallic Carbonyls 993 - 1016
29. Compounds of Silicon and Glass Industry • . . 1017 - 1035
30. General Characteristics of Group 15 (V A) Elements 1036-1049
Nitrogen Group Elements

31 Fertilisers .1050-1060
(i)
32. Hydrides, Oxides and Oxy acids of Nitrogen 1061- 1098
33. Nitrides 1099-1104
34. Oxides, Oxy acids, Halides and Oxyhalides of Phosphorus ...11OS-1129
35. General Characteristics of Group 16 (VI A) Elements 1130-1049
Oxygen Group Elements,
36. Oxides. Oxy acids, Halides and Oxyhalides of Sulphur 1150-1187
37. General Characteristics of Group 17 (VII A) Elements 1188-1200
Halogens
38. Fluorine and Fluorocarbons 1201-1212
39. Halogen Acids : Hydracids or Hydrogen Halides 1213-1221
40. Binary Halogen-Oxygen Compounds and Oxyacids of Halogens 1222-1241
41. 1 'terhalogen Compounds, Polyhalides and Pseudohalogens 1242-1256
42. Elements of Group 18 (Zero): Noble Gases - 1257-1284
43. Coordination Compounds 1285-1346
44. Characteristics of d-Block Elements 1347-1379
(Transition and Inner-transition Elements)
45. Group Discussion of d-Block Elements • . .1380-1394
46. Extaction, Properties and Uses of Some d-and f-Block Elements 1395-1449
47. Some Compounds of d-and-f Block Elements 1450— 1513
SUBJECT INDEX .1514— 1520