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How to study d and f block elements

Asked by Tiroumourougane Souprayen 24th February 2015, 6:09 PM
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Entire syllabus is important in electrochemistry, p block, d block and f block elements. Please go through the NCERT questions, live test series, model tests, and chapter tests to make the concepts more understandable.

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However you can prepare the following questions..

The important topics/sections/questions from d and f-block elements are:

  • Why is Ce (IV) good analytical reagent?
  • General trends in the properties of transition and inner transition elements.
  • Ionisation energies and ionisation enthalpies.
  • Standard electrode potential (Eo) and Chemical reactivity of both d and f block elements
  • Complex formation
  • Alloy formation
  • Salts containing oxoanions of transition metals.
  • Why is the absorption bands narrow in f elements?
  • What happens at the third ionization enthalpy of f block elements?
  • List the irregularities in the actinide series compared to the lanthanide?
  • Compare the different characteristic of lanthanides and actinides?
  • Actinide contraction is greater from element to element than lanthanide contraction. Why?
  • List some practical applications of f block elements?
  • The chemistry of the actinide elements is not as smooth as that of the lanthanides. Justify?
  • Oxidation states of lanthanoids and actinoids
Answered by Expert 24th February 2015, 6:30 PM
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