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Jagranjosh presents CBSE Class 9th Mathematics Solved Practice Paper for SA – I, 2016-17. This practice paper is specially prepared at jagranjosh.com after the brief analysis of previous year SA ‒ I question papers. This solved paper is important for CBSE Class 9 Mathematics SA - I exam.
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Formative assessment is meant for learning assessment, i.e., it is used to measure how much a student has learned up to a particular period. Teachers use formative assessments to evaluate a student’s learning progress and check for his understanding. But there are some advantages as well as disadvantages of this assessment pattern, in this article you will know about every aspect related to formative assessment.
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In part - I and part - II of chapter notes on Electrochemistry most of the important topics are already covered. Now in this part, we will study the following topics: Electrolytic Cell, Electrolysis, Faraday's Law of Electrolysis, Products of Electrolysis, Battery, Fuel Cell and Corrosion. Solved examples are also included in this article for better understanding.
In part - I of chapter notes on Electrochemistry. We have studied basic concepts like Electrochemical Cell, Electrolytic Cell, Electrode Potential, Measurement of Electrode Potential, Nernst Equation etc. Now, in this part, we will study some more important topics like Gibbs Free Energy from Nernst Equation, Electrolytic or Ionic Conductance, Resistivity or Specific Resistance, Conductivity or Specific Conductance, Measurement of the Conductivity of Ionic Solutions, Variation of Conductivity with Concentration, Kohlrausch's Law etc.
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Electrochemistry is the most important chapter of CBSE Class 12 Physical Chemistry. Concepts used in this chapters are further used in other chapters of CBSE Class 12 Chemistry. In this article, we have provided easy to understand notes on this chapter. Solved numericals are also included in this article for better understanding of concepts.
Get CBSE Class 9 Science Practice Paper for the coming SA - I exam. This practice paper contains important questions likely to be asked in exam. With the help of questions in this practice paper, one can also analyse his or her preparation level for the coming SA - I science exam.
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In part - I of chapter notes on Chemical Kinetics. We have studied basic concepts like rate of chemical reaction, unit of rate of reaction, etc. Now, in this part we will study the following topics and sub-topics: Half-Life of a Reaction, Pseudo First Order Reaction, Effect of Temperature on rate of reactions, Activation Energy, Effect of Catalyst, Properties of Catalyst.
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Chemical Kinetics is an important chapter of CBSE Class 12 Physical Chemistry. Concepts used in this chapters are further used in other chapters of CBSE Class 12 Chemistry. In this article, we have provided notes on following topics & sub-topics of the chapter: Rate of Chemical Reaction, Unit of Rate of Reaction, Factors Affecting Rate of Reaction, Rate Law, Order of Reaction, Units of Rate Constant, Molecularity of the reaction, Differences between Order of Reaction & Molecularity of Reaction, Integrated Rate Equations.
In part ‒ I and part ‒ II of CBSE Class 12 Chemistry: Chapter Notes on Solutions, we have covered most of the important concepts. Now, in this part we will study the follwoing topics: Colligative Properties, Relative lowering of vapour-pressure of solvent, Elevation in boiling point, Depression in Freezing point, Osmotic pressure, Isotonic solution, Hypertonic solution, Hypotonic solution, Reverse Osmosis, Abnormal Molar Masses.
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In part I of CBSE Class 12 Chemistry: Chapter Notes on Solutions, we have covered basic concepts. In part II we will study the following topics: Vapour Pressure of a Liquid Solution, Vapour Pressure of a Liquid-Liquid Solution, Vapour Pressure of a Solid-Liquid Solution, Ideal and Non-Ideal Solutions, Positive & Negative Deviation from Raoult’s law Azeotropes, Minimum boiling azeotropes, Maximum boiling azeotropes.
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Solution is an important chapter of CBSE Class 12 Physical Chemistry. Concepts used in this chapters are further used in other chapters of CBSE Class 12 Chemistry. In this article, we have provided notes (Part - I) on this chapter. The topics covered in these notes are: Solutions, types of solutions, Different Methods of Expressing Concentration of Solutions, Solubility and factors affecting solubility, Henry's law.
Every student of CBSE Class 12 wants score above 90% in CBSE board examination. Besides preparing for CBSE board exam, a normal student also wants to enjoy doing other activities (like sports, travelling etc) as well. Maintaining coordination between study and doing other activities is not a cup of tea. In order to help the students of CBSE Board Class 12, Jagranjosh has provided a complete study plan for the academic year 2016 – 2017 to score above 90% in CBSE Board examination.
Get Part ‒ II of CBSE Class 12th Physics Notes on chapter 10: Wave Optics of NCERT physics class 12th textbook. Most of the important concepts are already covered in Part - I. Now, topics covered in this article are: Diffraction, Single Slit Diffraction, Diffraction Patterns, Effect of Slit Width and Wavelengths on Diffraction Pattern, Difference between Interference and Diffraction, Resolving Power of Optical Instruments, Polarisation, Methods of Polarisation, Brewster’s Law.
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Find CBSE Class 12th Physics Notes on chapter 10: wave optics of NCERT physics class 12th textbook. The topics covered in this article are: Huygens Principal, Reflection & Refraction of Light Waves using Huygens Principle, Coherent & Incoherent Waves, Superposition Principal, Interference of Light Waves, Conditions for Interference, Young’s Double Sit Experiment, Fringes in Interference Pattern.
Get important notes of CBSE Class 12th Physics on the chapter Ray Optics and Optical Instruments. Most of the topics are already covered in Part I and Part II. In this last part (or Part IIIrd), we have provided notes on rest of the the topics.