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Pustak Mahal, Apr 5, 2002 - 240 pages
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It is a common sentiment expressed by many students from time to time. The answer to this is simple. Taking an exam is an art and only he who approaches the task in a more systematic and scientific manner comes out a winner. One common aspect of the exam-taking strategy is revision. The ability to answer random questions about your subject can clearly demonstrate the extent of your preparation. Now this book makes revision easier and convenient for all science students. Written by leading experts in the field, it helps students with quick revisions in one-line questions with one-word answers.
 

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Contents

Measurement
117
Measurement
118
Air
119
Air
120
Oxygen
121
Combustion and Fuels
122
Heat Effects
123
Water
124

Water
19
Combustion
20
Heat
21
Heat
22
Heat
23
Heat
24
Weather
25
Light
26
Light
27
Sound
28
Magnetism
29
Electricity
30
Electricity
31
Electricity
32
Electricity
33
General Physics
34
Energy
35
Mechanics
36
Mechanics
37
Mechanics
38
Astronomy
39
Astronomy
40
Geology
41
Matter
42
Metals
43
Metals
44
Chemistry
45
Chemistry
46
Chemistry
47
General Biology
48
Human Biology
49
Human Biology
50
Animals
51
Animals
52
Vertebrates
53
Invertebrates
54
Plants
55
Flowering Plants
56
Flowering Plants
57
Plant Physiology
59
Plant Physiology
60
General
63
General
64
Units of Measurement
65
Measurement
66
Matter
67
Density
68
Movement
70
Force and Gravity
71
Stability and Moments
72
Action and Reaction
73
Pressure
74
Work and Energy
75
Machines
76
Machines
77
Temperature
78
Thermometers
79
Heat Expansion
80
Heat
81
Specific Heat Capacity
82
Change of State
83
Vapours
84
Heat Transfer
85
Heat Appliances
86
Heat Engines
87
Light
88
Plane Mirrors
89
Curved Mirrors
90
Refraction
91
Lenses
92
Colour
93
The Eye
94
Optical Instruments
95
The Velocity of Sound
96
Sound Waves
97
Magnets
98
Magnetic Fields
99
Static Electricity
100
Cells and Batteries
101
Electrolysis
102
Electrical Circuits
103
Resistance
104
Circuit Calculations
105
The Electricity Supply
106
Electrical Energy and Power
107
The Magnetic Effect of a Current
108
Motors and Meters
109
Electromagnetic Induction
110
Electronics
111
Radioactivity
112
General
115
General
116
Water
125
Hydrogen
126
Mineral Acids
127
Acids and Alkalis
128
Acids Bases and Salts
129
Mixtures and Solutions
130
Laboratory Techniques
131
Special Terms
132
Laws and Definitions
133
Matter
134
Matter
135
Atoms and Molecules
136
Atoms and Molecules
137
Elements
138
Compounds
139
Compounds
140
Gases and Vapours
141
Chemical Changes
142
Chemical Reactions
143
Formulae and Equations 144
144
Electrochemistry
145
Metals
146
Common Metals
147
Common Metals
148
Iron and Steel
149
Calcium
150
Sodium and Potassium
151
Nonmetals
152
Phosphorus and Sulphur
153
Nitrogen and Ammonia
154
The Halogens
155
Carbon
157
Organic Chemistry
158
Organic Chemistry
159
Coal
160
Oil and Natural Gas
161
Plastics
162
Products and Processes
163
Chemistry in the Home
164
General
167
General
168
Laboratory Techniques
169
Chemistry
170
Cells and Tissues
171
Classification
172
The Plant Kingdom
173
The Animal Kingdom
174
Microorganisms
175
Annelids
176
Insects
177
Fish
178
Amphibians
179
Reptiles
180
Birds
181
Mammals
182
Bacteria and Viruses
183
Fungi
184
Algae
185
Ferns and Mosses
186
Flowering Plants
187
Plant Anatomy
188
Plant Nutrition
189
Animal Nutrition
191
Respiration
192
Transport in Plants
193
Transport in Animals
194
Mammalian Blood System
195
Homoeostasis
196
Excretion
197
Sensitivity
198
Mammalian Nervous System
199
Special Sense Organs
200
Reproduction
201
Reproduction in Mammals
202
Reproduction in Flowering Plants
203
Life Histories in Plants
204
Life Histories in Animals
205
Growth
206
Mammalian Skeleton
207
Movement in Mammals
208
Soil
209
Ecology
210
Genetics
211
Health
213
Health
214
Rural Science
215
Special Terms
216
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217
Physics 223228
223
Chemistry 229234
229
Biology 235240
235
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