Tuesday, May 7, 2019


What is Atomic Structure ?

Atimic Structure notes for upcoming government exams

John Dalton, in the early nineteenth century gave his atomic theory. This theory has undergoes several changes owing to new discoveries. According to the modern atomic theory-atoms consists of electron, proton and neutron.

Saturday, April 20, 2019

Matter, its State and Compounds

पदार्थ एंव उसकी अवस्थाएँ(Matter and its state)

Matter and compound notes for rrb ntpc and ssc exams
Plasma, image source: wikipedia

पदार्थ (Matter):-

जब हम अपने चारों तरफ देखते है तो हमे विभिन्न प्रकार की वस्तुएँ दिखाई देती है जिनका आकर , प्रकार  और आकृति भी भिन्न भिन्न होती है । ये सभी वस्तुएँ कुछ न कुछ स्थान घेरती है या ये बोला जाए कि वे सभी वस्तुएँ जिनमे मात्रा(Mass), आयतन(Volume) हो जिन्हें हम अपनी ज्ञानेन्द्रियों (sense organ) द्वारा महसूस कर सकते है, वे सभी वस्तु चाहे वो जैविक(biotic) हो या अजैविक(abiotic) सभी पदार्थ(Matter)कहलाते है।

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Ores Of Some Important Metals and their Composition

Ores of Some Important Metals

Copper ore, ores of element for railways exam and ssc

In this article we will learn about some important Metals and Ores and composition of Ores. Common ores of the elements like Sodium, Aluminium, potassium, etc always ask in the exam.
So let's start about some Ores of the element and their composition.

What is Ores ?

Minerals from which metals can be extracted through various steps conveniently and profitably are termed as ores.

Monday, March 4, 2019

Some Chemical Compound and their Formulae

Some Chemical Compound and their Formulae

Some Chemical Compound and their Formulae for RRB NTPC and SSC Exams

Chemical compound notes for RRB NTPC and SSC Exams

In This lecture series you can learn about Some of important chemical compounds and their formulae. It will be very usefull for upcoming RRB NTPC, RRC and SSC Exams.


A Compound is a pure substance composed of two or more elements. Chemically combined with one another in a fixed proportion. It has totally different properties from its constituent particles, e.g - Water (H₂O), Methane (CH₄), etc.