CBSE Class 12-science Chemistry Trends In Properties Of P Block
Study the trends in properties of p-block elements with our learning portal’s CBSE Class 12 Science Chemistry The p-Block Elements – Trends in Properties of p-Block Elements. In our concept videos on p-block elements, understand more about group 15, 16 and 17 elements. Our Chemistry experts provide exam preparation tips and tactics to help you score marks in the questions related to the p-block elements.
Prepare for your CBSE Class 12 Science Chemistry exam with TopperLearning’s video lessons, sample papers and other learning resources. Revise the chemical and physical properties of the elements in groups 15, 16 and 17 of the periodic table with our topic notes. Other study resources that you will find helpful on our website include previous years’ papers and NCERT solutions.
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