NCERT Class XII Chemistry: Chapter 4 – Chemiscal Kinetics

National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) Book for Class XII
Subject: Chemistry
Chapter: Chapter 4 – Chemiscal Kinetics

After studying this Unit, you will be able to

  • define the average and instantaneous rate of a reaction;
  • express the rate of a reaction in terms of change in concentration of either of the reactants or products with time;
  • distinguish between elementary and complex reactions;
  • differentiate between the molecularity and order of a reaction;
  • define rate constant;
  • discuss the dependence of rate of reactions on concentration, temperature and catalyst;
  • derive integrated rate equations for the zero and first order reactions;
  • determine the rate constants for zeroth and first order reactions;
  • describe collision theory.

Class XII NCERT Chemistry Text Book Chapter 4 Chemiscal Kinetics is given below
NCERT Class XII Chemistry Chapter 4 - Chemiscal Kinetics

NCERT Class XII Chemistry Chapter 4 - Chemiscal Kinetics

NCERT Class XII Chemistry Chapter 4 - Chemiscal Kinetics

NCERT Class XII Chemistry Chapter 4 - Chemiscal Kinetics

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