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HSSLIVE Chemistry Plus Two Notes - Download HSS LIVE Chemistry Class 12th Notes PDF

HSSLIVE Chemistry Plus Two Notes:- Key Notes for HSSLIVE Plus Two Chemistry Subject for Class 12 Students is given here. Important topics of 12th HSSLIVE Chemistry are covered. These notes will provide you an overview of all the chapters and important points to remember. These are very useful summary notes with neatly explained examples for the best revision of the HSSLIVE Plus Two Chemistry Notes Book.

HSSLIVE Chemistry Plus Two Notes - Kerala Board Class 12 Chemistry Notes

HSSLIVE brings Kerala Board Class 12 HSSLIVE Chemistry Notes in PDF to help the students understand that Chemistry is all about learning chemical elements and compounds and how these things work together to form numerous chemical equations.

To score high marks in chemistry, students need to memorize the chemical formulas by heart. One way of doing so is going through the hsslive chemistry plus one notes thoroughly. These formulas would not only help the student to achieve a high score in school exams but also in the Kerala Board Class 12 Chemistry Exam.

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Studying in class 12 has always been a task for students as they have to deal with great pressure especially in the field of science as it includes subjects such as chemistry, physics, and maths are usually tough. Moreover, students not only need to appear for their final Kerala board exams but also perform well and get excellent marks which are later used to determine future careers for them.

Having said that, in class 12, chemistry is an important subject as well as a complex one with many chemical reactions, problems diagrams, and many concepts. Thus, learning all these will need some extra work and students have to keep revising and practicing to fully master the subject. While students may not have enough time to prepare summary notes by themselves, we at HSSLIVE are providing well-organized chemistry notes for class 12 that will assist them in their exam preparation and also develop more interest towards the chemistry concepts. The complete content present in our HSSLIVE Chemistry Plus Two notes is presented in a Chapter wise format. The notes are also designed by subject experts who have taken great care to follow the updated syllabus and exam pattern of Kerala board.

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Plus Two(XII) Chemistry Class Notes By Anil Kumar
1. The Solid State
1. The Solid State (Prepared by Minhad)
2. Solutions
3. Electro-Chemistry
4. Chemical Kinetics
5. Surface Chemistry
6. Isolation of Elements
7. p-block Elements
8. The d and f block Elements
9. Coordination Compounds
10. Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
11. Alcohols, Phenols, and ethers
12. Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic acids
13. Amines
13. Amines by Minhad
14. Bio molecules
14. Bio molecules by Minhad
15. Polymers
15. Polymers by Minhad
16.Chemistry in Everyday Life(Last updated on 30.01.2019)
16.Chemistry in Everyday Life by Mr.Abdul Salam K
16.Chemistry in Everyday Life by Mr.Minhad
10-13. Organic Chemistry (Chapter 10,11,12 & 13) by Sajeeth , GVG HSS,Chittur
14-15. Organic Chemistry (Chapter 14 & 15) by Mr.Sajeeth , GVG HSS,Chittur
Organic Chemistry-Name Reactions Prepared by Mr.Jinush Afsal
Plus Two Chemistry Quick Notes(Chapter 1 to 3) Prepared by Mr.Elvin
Plus Two Chemistry Quick Notes Prepared by Krishna Sampreeth: p-block elements | Polymers |Chemistry in Everyday Life | Biomolecules | Isolation of Elements | Chemical Kinetics | Solution |Surface Chemistry

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What is chemistry?

The branch of science under which the structure of matter, its properties, uses and interaction with other types of a matter and various forms of energy are studied is called chemistry.

History of Chemistry

  • Since times immortal when the man come on earth his inquisitive nature implored him to constantly make new discoveries. In Indus Valley Harappan civilizations (500 to 600 BC) metallurgical techniques developed for making copper and bronze articles. In Egyptian civilization the methods of developed to preserve deal bodies as ‘mummies’ and chemicals used for it remain a mystery. Even today we still do not know about the chemicals used for preservation of dead bodies. Egyptians had the knowledge of making soap, dyes, glass, etc. Pyramids of Egypt are examples of their progress. Chemists of Egypt worked for discovering touchstone, universal solvent and position of life. Though they did not succeed in their attempts in the process, they learnt about a process like evaporation, distillation, and sublimation which are of help even today.
  • For treatment, different systems of medicine were developed, allopathy in Europe, Unani in Greece and Chinese in China. In this context, Bodhayan Baanbhatta, Varah Mihir, Arya Bhatta, Nagarjun, Charak, Gargi, Katyayan etc. contributed significantly. Sage Kanad termed the smallest part of as particle matter/elements. On this basis, John Dalton a teacher from Manchester (England), gave his Atomic Theory in 1808 AD.
The concept of ‘Panch Tatva’ (five elements) is the contribution of Indian philosophers only. For example:
क्षिति जल पावक गगन समीरा
पंच रचित अति अधम सरीरा    — रामचरित मानस (किष्किंधा कांड)
  • Ancient Indians had the knowledge of metallurgy, fermentation and preparation of bases, extracts and distillates. The polish done on the ‘Iron Pillar’ of Mehrauli in Delhi is a subject matter of research because no rusting has occurred on it till date.



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