According to the NEET Chapter Wise Weightage for the NEET medical entrance examination, ‘d- and f-block elements’ contributes for around 5% of the total number of questions asked in the last 33 years. Let’s explore the important sub-topics for this important chapter.

Important Sub-Topics in ‘d- and f-block elements’:

  1. Electronic configuration, occurrence and general characteristics of transition elements
  2. General trends in the properties of first row transition metals
  3. Preparation, properties and uses of potassium dichromate (K2Cr2O7)
  4. Preparation, properties and uses ofpotassium permanganate (KMnO4)
  5. Lanthanoids – Electronic configuration, oxidation states, chemical reactivity
  6. Lanthanoid contraction and its consequences
  7. Actinoids – Electronic configuration and oxidation states
  8.  Comparison between lanthanoids and actinoids
  9. Applications of d- and f-block elements

Last 8 Years NEET/AIPMT Sub-Topic wise Weightage Analysis for ‘d- and f-block elements’:

Last 33 Years NEET/AIMPT Sub-Topic wise Weightage Analysis for ‘d- and f-block elements’:

Important Information:

Now that you are aware of the topic & sub-topic analysis, the next step would be to prepare yourself for the questions that have already been asked in the previous papers for these topics. To help you with the same, we at Target Publications have compiled a book – 33 Years NEET Question Papers Book with Chapterwise Solutions that contains solutions to all the questions asked in NEET & AIPMT in the last 33 years sub-topic wise.

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