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States of Matter: Gas States Introduction of Topics and Weight-age (in Hindi)
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This video deals with Topics introduction and weightage in IIT JEE NEET 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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all videos are superb ,wish I have seen this request to u can u just complete full syllabus of chemistry before NEET is my heartly request from u..
Sir I have completed 5chapters of class 11th chemistry neet without coaching which was impossible for me but I am glad that I have completed through videos
hydrogen gas, oxygen gas and nitrogen gas ka kinetic energy Ka order kya ha with reason
Ashish Anand
10 months ago
is it complete???????????????????????????????????
sir can u complete the gases part before Saturday... i have an exam on sat
sir which book should l refer for self-study preparation of JEE mains and advance both can you please guide me.l am student from middle class family.l am from backward State Bihar. l am studying in class 12.
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  3. L-0 States of Matter (Gas states) Introduction & Weightage

  4. Topics of Grab states (1) Dikterence between salid C2) Votiables of ga [T,P,v,d] (3) Gas lowv -Bole's Jaus -> Charles Luo

  5. GIdeal s Equation (5) Dalton's lawof Pa al he.sune haham a) Real gas eguation iit facha

  6. C) Real l ) Com (il) Lique taclion o ( Cca Tempenatusre Tacsitical Pxeuure Pa Csritical Volume Vc

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

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

  9. Physical Chemistry This unit was given high importance in NEET 2017 exam. Accordingly, this unit carries 30.4% weightage(Assuming total 100%) Among all, States of Matter and Solutions (24.1%) is the most important of all followed by Equilibrium (18.2%). Rest of the questions were asked from the different chapter covering Chemical Kinetics and Nuclear Chemistry (14.6%), Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry (13.1%) and others.

  10. 3. States of Matter (Gases, Liquids & Solids) o Gas Laws o Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases o Real Gas behaviour and Liquefaction of gases o Crystal Lattice and Unit cells o Close packed structures and voids o Defects in Solids