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Introduction and Weightage of Chemical Equilibrium (in Hindi)
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This video deals with topic introduction and weightage in neet jee exams and important topics for exams

Arvind Arora
B.E.| IIT-JEE Mentor | 7+ Yr. Experience | YouTube Channel"MadeEjee Chemistry" with 15 Million+ Views | 260,000 subscribers.

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Abhishek Kumar
7 months ago
same here bro
sir I have seen your lectures but still many questions just go above my head please help
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started a new chapter
sir when you are going to upload questions video
  1. Chemical Equilibrium 1. Topic Introduction 2. Weightage in JEE NEET EXAM By Arvind Arora (A Verified educator)

  2. 212.3k 4.9 views unacademy Arvind Arora Educator since December 2017 . .JUT-JEE Mentor | 7+ Yr. Experience | YouTube ChannelMadeEjee Chemistry" with 6 Million+ Views | 135,000 subscribers. 15 12.2k 0 Followers Following Courses Message

  3. Chemical Equilibrium 1. Topic Introduction 2. Weightage in JEE NEET EXAM By Arvind Arora (A Verified educator)

  4. JEE MAIN CHEMISTRY UNIT-WISE WEIGHT Physical 35.6% Inorganic 297% Organic 34.7%

  5. JEE MAIN CHEMISTRY PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY: CHAPTER-WISE WEIGHT Basic Concepts Atomic Structure States of Matter & Solutions Thermodynamics Equilibrium Redox &ElectroChemistry Chemical Kinetics Surface Chemistry 2.33 5.67 3.33 3.33 7.33 2.67 3.33 3.67

  6. Physical Chemistry-I Atomic Structure & Nuclear ChemistryChemicak Equilibrium Chemical Equilibrium Ionic Equilibrium Mole Concept Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry 7 28 15.56% 4 2.22% 8 4 4 4.44% 22210 222% 2 4.41%

  7. Objective After reading this lesson you will able to: . differentiate between static and dynamic equilibrium; identify and differentiate between reversible and irreversible reactions explain the reversible reaction occuring at the equilibrium state; list and explain characteristics of apply the law of equilibrium and write expression of equilibrium constant for different types of equilibria, namely physical, chemical, homogeneous and heterogenous; equilibrium state; state and derive the relation between K and K and carry out some calculations involving them and list the factors which affect the state of equilibrium and state and apply Le-Chatelier principle.

  8. Equilibrium o Law of Chemical equilibrium and equilibrium constant o Factors affecting equilibrium: Le Chatelier's Principle Acids, Bases and Concept of pH o Hydrolysis of Salts and Buffer solutions o Solubility and Solubility product of sparingly soluble salts

  9. Thank You!