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I wanted to know which Chemistry book to buy for 11 th and 12 th that has : excellent content and lot of good examples. Please help
 
 
The best bok has to be ‘Modern Appraoch to Chemical Calculations’ by RC Mukherjee and the other one I’d suggest is ‘Physical Chemistry’ by OP Tandon.
 
Ram one month ago
 
You can go for R.C.Mukherjee or P.Bahadur’s Numerical Chemistry. I think both are good books. I refer R.C.Mukherjee.
 
Adarsh singh one month ago
hi , i am preparing for iitjee 2016. i want a good reference for maths in algebra and tell me whether i can go with cengage learning .has it got enough sums to solve.is it’s theory...
 
 
cengage is one of the good books available in the market. good option bro
 
Abhishek Singh 2 months ago
 
cengage is one of the good books available in the market. good option bro
 
Abhishek Singh 2 months ago
my rank is 150000 . i belong to general category . is there a chance of getting uiet chandigarh in girl quota ?
 
 
The link below is IIT JEE Main Branch and College Predictor.You can use it to get the answer to your query. http://www.askiitians.com/iit-jee/main/college-branch-predictor.html Please use...
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Aziz Alam 7 months ago
Pls help with the question If t1 and t2 are roots of the equation t^2+bt+1 where b is an arbitrary constant . Then P.T the ine joining the points ( at1^2,2at1)and ( at2^2,2at2)alays passes...
 
 
From the quadratic eqn, find the sum and product of the roots t1 and t2. Then, from the points given, find the eqn of line using 2 point form of the eqn of a straight line and substitute t1...
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Ravi 4 months ago
why benzene is insoluble in water where as glucose is soluble in water?
 
 
This is so because glucose has polar molecules due to presence of many hydroxyl functional groups whereas benzene has no polar moleculars to react with water and is a hydrocarbon. Therefore,...
 
Ananya Kamboj 2 months ago
 
This is so because glucose has polar molecules due to presence of many hydroxyl functional groups whereas benzene has no polar moleculars to react with water and is a hydrocarbon. Therefore,...
 
Ananya Kamboj 2 months ago
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