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Inorganic Chemistry III


About This Course

Inorganic chemistry is concerned with the properties and behavior of inorganic compounds, which include metals, minerals, and organometallic compounds. While organic chemistry is defined as the study of carbon-containing compounds, inorganic chemistry is the study of the remaining (i.e., not carbon-containing) subset of compounds. But there can be overlap between the two fields. For example, organometallic compounds usually contain a metal or metalloid bonded directly to carbon. In general, there are four groups of inorganic compound types. They are divided into bases, acids, salts, and water.

Students understand the terms ‘inorganic compounds, double salts and coordination compounds. Students will acquire the skills to prepare different types of complexes. Students will identify the chemicals and apparatus required for the preparation of different types of complexes. Once students understand the concept of the experiment and the different steps, they can perform the experiment in the real lab more accurately and quickly.


You must have fundamental knowledge of Chemistry upto senior secondary level.

Course Staff

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Dr.Rajni Pania

Dr Rajani Pania has completed PhD in inorganic chemistry from Jai Narain Vyas University Jodhpur and has 15 years of teaching experience. Dr. Pania is a proficient researcher. Broadly defined, Pania’s research interests are in inorganic synthesis, its application in the field of fertilizers and environmental chemistry, with a special focus on waste water treatment and its analysis. She is particularly interested in analysis of trace inorganic molecules present in water, and how simple chemical techniques can be used to identify and quantify analytes at low concentration, so that methods can be cost effective.

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Ms. Khyati Joshi

Ms.Khyati Joshi has completed her Masters in Organic Chemistry from VNSGU Surat. She is working as a teaching assistant, Chemistry, School of Science in GSFC Univesity, Vadodara. she has 13 years of teaching experience.

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