• No products in the cart.

ratings 

In this course, we will discuss the complete chapter named Some basic concepts of chemistry commonly known as mole concept Chemistry of Class 11 Chemistry. we will discuss each and every topic important from the CBSE, IIT JEE mains and advanced, NEET point of view. This course is designed in a very easy to understand format using 3D visual animations which boost your learning and help you understand and visualize difficult topics easily

149.00 per 90 days
Course Access

2 weeks

Last Updated

May 18, 2021

Students Enrolled

8

Total Video Time

16 hours, 59 minutes

Posted by
Certification

In this course, we will discuss the complete chapter named Some basic concepts of chemistry commonly known as mole concept Chemistry of Class 11 Chemistry. we will discuss each and every topic important from the CBSE, IIT JEE mains and advanced, NEET point of view. This  course is designed in a very easy to understand format using 3D visual  animations which boost your learning and help you understand and  visualize difficult topics easily


What is the Mole Concept?

The mole concept is a convenient method of expressing the amount of a substance. Any measurement can be broken down into two parts – the numerical magnitude and the units that the magnitude is expressed in. For example, when the mass of a ball is measured to be 2 kilograms, the magnitude is ‘2’ and the unit is ‘kilogram’.

When dealing with particles at an atomic (or molecular) level, even one gram of a pure element is known to contain a huge number of atoms. This is where the mole concept is widely used. It primarily focuses on the unit known as a ‘mole’, which is a count of a very large number of particles.

Profile Photo
Sunny Garg
4.67 4.666666666666667
259

Studens

About Instructor

Managing Director (Doctor Logics Eduservices)

More Courses by Insturctor

Course Currilcum

    • Lecture 1 Basics of Chemistry FREE 01:00:00
    • Lecture 2 Average Atomic Mass FREE 00:30:00
    • Lecture 1 FREE 00:15:00
    • Lecture 2 FREE 01:14:00
    • Lecture 3 01:00:00
    • Lecture 1 01:30:00
    • Lecture 2 01:30:00
    • Lecture 3 (Normality) 01:30:00
    • Lecture 1 01:30:00
    • Lecture 1 01:30:00
    • Lecture 2 01:30:00
    • Lecture 1 01:30:00
    • Lecture 2 01:30:00
    • Doubt session 1 01:30:00

Course Reviews

top
Copyright content © Doctor Logics. All rights reserved.
X