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Chapter 13: s-Block Elements And p-Block Elements (29 videos)  (Practice Test)
13.1: 3rd Period (Na to Ar)  (Practice Test)
  1. Trend of Atomic Size and Atomic Radius in Periodic Table
  2. Trend of Ionization Energy in Periodic Table
  3. Trends in Atomic Radius of 3rd Period Elements
  4. Trends in First Ionization Energy of 3rd Period
  5. Trends in Electronegativity of 3rd Period
  6. Effect of Temperature on Vapour Pressure
  7. Trends in Melting points and Boiling points of 3rd Period
  8. Reactions of 3rd Period Elements with Water
  9. Reactions of 3rd Period Elements with O2
  10. Reactions of 3rd Period Elements with Chlorine
  11. Physical Properties of Oxides of 3rd Period Elements
  12. more on Physical Properties of Oxides of 3rd Period Elements
  13. Trend of Melting, Boiling Points & Density in Group I
  14. Acid Base Behaviour of Oxides of 3rd Period Elements
  15. More on Acid Base Behaviour of Oxides of 3rd Period Elements
13.2: Group I Elements  (Practice Test)
  1. Trend of Melting, Boiling Points & Density in Group I
  2. Trends in Chemical Properties of Alkali Metals
  3. Flame Tests of Alkali Metals
13.3: Group II - Elements  (Practice Test)
  1. Trends in Atomic Radius and First Ionization Energy of Group II Eleme
  2. Trends in Electronegativity, Melting & Boiling points of Group II Ele
  3. Trends in Chemical Properties of Alkaline-Earth Metals
  4. More on Trends in Chemical Properties of Alkaline-Earth Metals
  5. Peculiar Behaviour of Beryllium
13.4: Group-IV Elements
  1. Inert pair Effect in Formation of Ionic Bond
13.5: Group VII A Elements: Halogens  (Practice Test)
  1. Bond Enthalpies in Halogens
  2. Bond Enthalpies in Hydrogen Halides
  3. Relative Reactivities of the Halogens as Oxidizing Agents
  4. More on Relative Reactivities of the Halogens as Oxidizing Agents
  5. Halide Ions as Reducing agents
 

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