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which book should i prefer for inorganic chem

which book should i prefer for inorganic chem

Grade:12

5 Answers

Tej Ray
96 Points
10 years ago

NCERT is enough for Inorganic chemistry.

If you wana go advanced then refer INORGANIC CHEMISTRY BY J.D.LEE.

GOOD LUCK ANKITA!!!!!!!!!

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Ashwin Sinha
520 Points
10 years ago

Dear Ankita Chaudhary,

Though NCERT is sufficient,

but u also prefer any of these books--- O.P. Tondon, J.D. Lee, TMH by Dhawan, etc.!!!!!!!

 

           Good Luck!!!!!!!

 

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Rajat Shukla
44 Points
10 years ago

d.n. singh,o.p tandon or j.d. lee ne1 of them......!!!!!!!!!!!

Sanjeev Malik IIT BHU
101 Points
10 years ago

NCERT IS ""ENOUGH"" FOR IITJEE. no need to search for extra source and waste time.

j.d.lee is a very good book bt it is not of examination point of view. it is more of knowledge or reference.

so no need to unnecessarily read it.

 

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vipin kumar
32 Points
10 years ago

dear ankita,

firstly,you should prefer your ncert inorganic text so as to command your basic concepts.this is because in iit jee most questions come directly or indirectly based on ncert text.

secondly.when you have done your first part,you can refer to following books(if u need it)-

(1)o.p aggrawal.inorganic chemistry(disha publications)

(2)inorganic chemistry by deepak joshi

thanks.

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