Your first step into the realm of chemistry. Equally helpful to novice to advanced readers - for a quick understanding and revision of fundamentals and principles of chemistry. On this page one will find links to introductory topics that are usually taught in high school to pre university level courses which are intended to serve the purpose of understanding chemical sciences and other related subjects like biology, material sciences etc.
If you are new to chemistry, you can start the journey into the world of chemistry from here. It is very important to clear the basic concepts before jumping into this wonderful ocean.
The study of chemistry begins with the learning of structure of atom and electronic configuration. One should first understand the constitution of atom, especially the arrangement of electrons in it so as to correlate them with the chemical properties of that atom. Find more at following links.
The modern long form of periodic table was constructed by Neils Bohr based on modern periodic law proposed by Moseley. Navigate through the following links to find more.
All the atoms, except those of inert gases, participate readily in the formation of chemical bonding. It is necessary to understand the formation and nature of chemical bonds to arrive at the structures of molecules; study the interactions between them; and to understand the chemical reactivity.
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Depending on how it occupies space; relative kinetic energies and the magnitude of forces of attraction between constituent particles, there are four distinct states of matter i.e.,
1) Solid state
2) Liquid state
3) Gaseous state
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Stoichiometry deals with quantitative relationships between reactants and products in a chemical reaction.
Author: Aditya vardhan Vutturi