Physical Chemistry (Solid States): IIT JEE 1997 Solution, Best Video Tutorial for AIEEE Preparation

http://www.exponenteducation.com provides IIT-JEE video lectures, Free IIT JEE study material, NCERT and CBSE for students of class 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th and droppers who are aspiring for IIT-JEE, AIEEE, NEET, MP PET, WBJEE, CEE, MHTCET and other similar engineering entrance exams. This video lecture concerns itself with an IIT JEE solution from Physical Chemistry from JEE 1997 entrance exam. It discusses a reaction of a transition element (Chromium) compound. The topics covered are: properties of body centric cubic lattice, atomic radius and other concepts of solid state. The density of Chromium in this crystal is also calculated. This lecture will strengthen your understanding of the chapter 'Solid States', and would enable you to solve questions and problems of lattice systems in JEE papers, AIEEE papers, practice tests, previous years papers, sample test papers, and model test papers. Physical Chemistry is very conceptual, and involves problem-solving, so do sufficient practice using previous years papers, IIT JEE papers, AIEEE papers, model test papers, IIT JEE test series etc. IIT-JEE Chemistry online foundation course and video lectures similar to this one are also available for class X, XI, XII and engineering entrance exam preparation at http://www.youtube.com/user/exponenteducation and http://www.crackiitjee.com/video-lectures/. To be successful in IIT JEE 2012, NEET 2012, AIEEE 2012 and other engineering entrance tests you need to be focused and disciplined with your preparation. Concept building should be the focus of your studies for entrance exams. Begin your preparation well in advance with regular self-studies. Prepare using lots of practice exercise, solve previous years question papers and online test series. Going to a good coaching institute and buying the best study material will not help you get a good IIT JEE rank or an AIEEE rank. If one aims at getting good results at IIT entrance and other entrance exams, then a planned approach must be taken. Plan your study-schedule in a way that you have time to cover the entire IIT JEE syllabus using good IIT study material including practice using sample test papers, IIT JEE test series, AIEEE test series and IIT JEE question papers and JEE solutions. The important thing to do for most students is self-study and revision of the topics in a disciplined manner. One can definitely beat the best students going to the best IIT coaching in Kota or other places just by doing self-study for IIT JEE. You can refer to IIT video lectures and video study material for preparation. For Physical Chemistry you can also refer to books like R.C.Mukherjee, Arihant, P.Bahadur, Ebbing and other quality books for IIT preparation."

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