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what are the imp and high weightage topics in INORGANIC CHEMISTRY for iitjee 2012???

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Hi Ganesh,


 


All topics in Inorganic are important.


But once you learn Qualitative Analysis (Salt Analysis), it would be related to most of the other topics in Inorganic Chemistry.


So Qualitative Analysis is the topic with the highest weightage in Inorganic Chemistry.


 


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Ashwin (IIT Madras).

4 years ago

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