Problems And Exercises In Chemistry – Vasyuchenko

In this post, we will see the book Problems And Exercises In Chemistry by S. I. Vasyuchenko.

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About the book

This is the translation of the third revised and enlarged Russian edition of the textbook, which is intended for the secondary and vocational schools, and is a companion volume
to the sixth edition of Vasyuchenko’s Chemistry (1966).

The problems in each section are preceded by concise reviews of theoretical principles and exemplary solutions of typical problems. The numeration of the problems con­sists of two parts, the first designating the chapter to which a particular problem belongs and the second figure denoting the ordinal number of the problem within the given chapter.
For example, problem 5 in Chapter Six is designated 6.5.

The book was translated from the Russian by A. Rosinkin and was first published by Mir in 1974.

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 CONTENTS

Introduction 10

Chapter One. Basic Concepts and Laws of Chemistry. Theory of Atoms and Molecules. 11

1. Gram-Atom. Gram-Molecule . 11

2. Gram-Molecular Volume. Relative Density of Gas 12

3. Calculations from Chemical Formulas. 16

4. Calculations from Chemical Equations. 22

Chapter Two. The Halogens . 33

5. Chlorine and Its Compounds. 33 

6. Bromine and Its Compounds. 39 

7. Iodine and Its Compounds. 41 

8. Fluorine and Its Compounds. 42 

9. Laboratory Exercises. 43

10. Review Problems 43

Chapter Three. Alkali Metals 45 

11. Sodium and Potassium. 45

Chapter Four. ‘Periodic Law and Periodic System of Elements of D. I. Mendeleyev. Structure of Matter 46

12. Periodic Law and Periodic System of Elements. 46 

13. Radioactivity and Atomic Structure. 48 

14. Electronic Theory of Atomic Structure. Atom Nucleus and Its Electron Shells. 49 

15. Atomic Structure and Valence. Formation of Chemical Compounds and Simple Substances. 50

Chapter Five. Solutions. Basic Principles of Theory of Electro­lytic Dissociation. 50

16. Solutions. Solubility. 50 

17. Percentage Concentration of Solutions. 52 

18. Determining Quantities of Acids and Alkalis in Given Quantities of Solutions from Density of the Starting Substance 56

19. Mixing Rule. 59

20. Laboratory Exercises (Preparation of Solutions) 68

21. Molar Concentration of Solutions. 68

22. Equivalent Weight. Gram-Equivalent. 71 

23. Normality of Solutions 73

24. Electrolytic Dissociation. Electrolysis. 77

25. Laboratory Exercises 82

26. Oxidation-Reduction Reactions. 82

Chapter Six. Oxygen. Sulphur and Its Compounds 91

27. Ozone. Hydrogen Peroxide 91

28. Sulphur and Hydrogen Sulphide. 92

29. Sulphur Dioxide and Sulphurous Acid. 93

30. Sulphur Trioxide, Sulphuric Acid and ItsSalts. 94

31. Laboratory Exercises 96

32. Review Problems  96

Chapter Seven. Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Their Compounds 97

33. Nitrogen and Its Compounds. 97

34. Laboratory Exercises. 100

35. Review Problems. 101

36. Phosphorus and Its Compounds. 101

Chapter Eight. Carbon, Silicon and Their Compounds 104

37. Carbon and Its Compounds. 104 

38. Laboratory Exercises. 106 

39. Review Problems. 107

40. Silicon and Its Compounds 107

Chapter Nine. Metals 109

41. Interaction Between Metals and Acids. 109 

42. Physical and Chemical Properties of Metals 111

43. Magnesium and Its Compounds. 113

44. Alkaline-Earth Metals. 114

45. Aluminium. 116

46. Tin. 117

47. Lead. 118

48. Chromium. 119

49. Manganese. 120

50. Iron. 121

51. Copper. 123

52. Silver. 125 

53. Gold. 125

54. Zinc. 125 

55. Mercury. 127

56. Laboratory Exercises. 128

57. Review Problems. 129  

Chapter Ten. Hydrocarbons. 130

58. Hydrocarbons. 130 

59. Laboratory Exercises 135

Chapter Eleven. Alcohols. Phenols. Aldehydes. 135

60. Alcohols. 135 

61. Phenols. 137 

62. Aldehydes. Ketones  138

Chapter Twelve. Carboxylic Acids. Esters. Fats . 140

63. Carboxylic Acids  140 

64. Esters. Fats. 143 

65. Laboratory Exercises and Review Problems. 143

Chapter Thirteen. Carbohydrates. Nitrocompounds. 144

66. Carbohydrates 144

67. Nitrocompounds. Amines. Carbamide. 145

68. Laboratory Exercises and review Problems 147

Chapter Fourteen. High-Molecular Synthetic Substances (Poly­mers)  148

69. Monomers. 148 

70. Laboratory Exercises 148

Appendices. 149 

Answers to Problems T54

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1 Response to Problems And Exercises In Chemistry – Vasyuchenko

  1. shaileshxy says:

    hello,

    thanks for this book.

    I want to know which book(s) is(are) irodovs equivalent in maths and chemistry. It is very difficult to find such volumes which one can use for IIT JEE exams.

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